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Old 01-15-2019, 01:18 PM   #1
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What can used to coat my roof?
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Iíve never personally used it but I have heard good things about it. This is a roof coating for residential/commercial flat roofs but is suitable for EPDM and TPO

https://us.henry.com/roofing/reflect...e-roof-coating


Lots of videos on YouTube about it
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Another option for permanent roof sealing is Line-X. They can do any color, and it doesn't have to be rough like the truck bed liner application. There are several out there (like) Line-X, but are not as good. Genuine Line-X is the best.
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If you're handy, and have some help, and a covered place to work, just replacing the roofing material can be economical. The material comes in rolls often in lengths appropriate for a 36' RV and 8.5' widths. And costs about the same as those buckets of goo which in my mind are just a stop gap measure (unless installed by a true goo professional - adding to the cost).

Amazon carries EPDM roofing for RVs at around $360 for a RV. Adding a couple hundred for materials like new AC seals and Eternabond for the end cap seams and repairs to other roof protrusions, along with some replacements of roof items, you could do the job for $560 minimum. At those savings, you could hire some neighborhood handyman to help out, or put your grandkids to work.

There was this guy who rented an open and roofed steel building to park his RV inside while he worked on doing the roof. Made a youtube video. The shed's roof kept the sun and/or rain from making the work uncomfortable. I think it took him a couple weeks at a leisurely pace. Most of the wait time was for seals and roof parts like new waste tank vent covers and AC gaskets.

Anyway, that's another option.
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