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To my knowledge. There was another blue one around, P...? Can't quite remember the name.

The plastic woven back everyone loves cause it's so cheap... Seems lie a very bad idea. It's also very thin I don't think even with button caps it could be very watertight from the top.

From the bottom however...
 

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http://www.roofaquaguard.com/products/RoofAquaGuard-BREA/product-features.htm

The Brea line is, i thought the UDLX was also but i didnt see it in the info. We are using the UDLX with all our metal installs. The main reason we are using it is price and walkability when wet. We tested many underlayments and very few were really walkable when wet, the UDLX was not slick at all. Safer and cheaper than the 40lb we were using.
 

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To my knowledge. There was another blue one around, P...? Can't quite remember the name.

The plastic woven back everyone loves cause it's so cheap... Seems lie a very bad idea. It's also very thin I don't think even with button caps it could be very watertight from the top.

From the bottom however...
Palisades?
 
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