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Old 03-30-2016, 12:09 PM   #1
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Roof Coating

Has anyone used dicor coolcoat and can say that it definitely makes your rv cooler. Have read many reviews but very few stated that it made inside cooler , most just talk about how to apply and made roof look better. Thanks

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Used - yes. Cooler - yes when clean. Bright white reflects the sun light. Dirty rubber roof will conduct heat from sunlight. Just a law of nature. The additional very thin layer may provide minimal insulating properties.

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Old 03-31-2016, 06:20 AM   #3
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Brand name isn't a factor, but a bright white (or silver) roof will reflect the sun better and reduce the heat build-up. Of course, that's a factor only is you are parked in the sun.

That said, I doubt if you will really notice much difference unless your roof is now black, or nearly so.
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I put Dicor on to eliminate chalking. It did that. As far as cooler and insulation I noticed no difference. It may reflect more sun rays due to the white color.
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