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Old 01-23-2014, 11:57 AM   #1
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'94 Bounder roof material??

Hi everyone! I'm pretty new to this site and the RV world in general but I have a 1994' 34' Bounder and my roof is showing dark spots on it and needs a new coat. How do I figure out what material my roof is so that I get the right product that will bond with the roof material? I want to do it right the first time and I know there is a lot of knowledge in this site!! Thanks everyone!
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Welcome to irv2. It's most likely ( almost positive. ) a rubber roof.
Here's a link to some previous threads re coating them.

https://www.google.com/search?q=Rubb...earch=irv2.com

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Thanks for the link! There seems to be all kinds of opinions and ideas on which product is the best. Looks like I have some reading to do!
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Your welcome. If you need more info on any of those methods , start a new thread and ask away.
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I thought I had started a new thread?! Haha Guess ill have to figure out how to do that!
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I thought I had started a new thread?! Haha Guess ill have to figure out how to do that!
You did and you got your answer. A new thread would produce a better response when you start to inquire about different processes. That's all , easy peasy
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If it's not leaking I would not put any coating on it myself. Most RV rubber roofs are made by Dicor; here is a link to their website with instructions for maintenance. Beware of any cleaning products that contain petroleum solvents per their website:
CAUTION: DO NOT use cleaners or conditioners containing petroleum solvents, harsh abrasives, or citric-based cleaners. You may cause irreparable damage to your roof and/or may void your warranty.

After cleaning, I treat mine with 303 Aerospace for protection.

https://dicorproducts.com/catalog/ro...ubber-roofing/

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Thanks for the link! I'll check out that 303 also. I've heard I it but don't know anything about it.
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