I've read lots of threads on the use of Eternabond and think I'm pretty well prepared to get this done....4" rolls and the roller.
The front and rear cap seems straight forward as it'll be applied centrally over the cap and roof covering the screws/bolts holding that bead strip down over the joint.
The other openings on the roof are the question, like skylights, vents etc where Butyl or other type of caulking has been applied with a caulking gun. These seams are not smooth nor flat but instead resemble the coat on a Shar-Pei dog (you know the wrinkled skin look).
How on earth can you get into all those small wrinkles/depressions in the caulking with acetone to clean it out? ....or have people just cleaned whatever they can and rolled the tape right over this uneven surface?
I was going to added on to an existing thread however most were in coach specific forums and I figured adding it to the Class A general would get more traffic.