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Old 06-18-2012, 04:28 PM   #1
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TPO Roof Coating?

What product can I use to coat and seal a TPO Roof?
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Old 06-18-2012, 05:52 PM   #2
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This is what I use,works great,check it out.....Rubber Roof Cleaner - Protect All
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Old 06-18-2012, 07:19 PM   #3
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I was looking at that and it looks good. I was also going to coat it with someting like Dicor but it was only for a EDPM roof and not a TPO roof.
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I was looking at that and it looks good. I was also going to coat it with someting like Dicor but it was only for a EDPM roof and not a TPO roof.
TPO shouldn't need anything. IT's designed to last at least 20 years on commercial buildings and they sure don't clean and seal them every year unless they have a leak. Same with our BriteTek roofing. I clean it yearly, check the sealant and MAYBE put 303 on it although not every year even. After 10 years it still looks good but would look better if I scrubbed it with soap.
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If you are refering to caulking the and penetrations Dicor will work just fine. Coach manufactuters have been using it on TPO roofing for over 20 years.
I apply 303 every three to four months.
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Thanks all, That was a lot of good information. The prevoious owner used ropes and a tarp to cover the roof and there are some bad scuff marks where the ropes rubbed. I wanted to coat the roof to make look good. I guess I'll just clean it again and live with it. Thanks again. If you have any suggestions let me know.
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Per the manufacturer's instructions just scrub with a soft brush and a cleaner like Sic and Span. All of the aftermarket stuff is to make the owners feel good.

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