Conservatories are ideal places for growing decorative plants and flowers. Generally, these structures are attached to the back of a house and constructed of wood and glass, vinyl and glass or aluminum and glass. The sunlight is able to reach practically any point inside the enclosure and it transmits warmth through the glass panes. However, a projectile thrown by the wind, such as a tree branch, may crack the glass roof necessitating the need to repair the roof to keep moisture out.
Set a ladder against the side of your conservatory, then put on rubber gloves. Pour mineral spirits onto a scrub sponge and climb the ladder.
Gently abrade the silicone patch with fine-grit sandpaper once the silicone has completely dried to smooth it and better blend it with the conservatory roof. Wipe with a tack cloth once smooth and blended.