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Old 11-09-2013, 06:31 AM   #1
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Rubber roof maint.

Hello everyone,
I just bought a Dicor rubber roof coating kit, and I would like to apply this weekend. My question is what temp is too cold to apply? The highs here in Indiana are predicted to be in the mid 50s. My concern is I want the temp high enough to allow proper curing of the material, anyone know what is recommended?

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Temp should be on the container in the directions section. I believe it would be 50 degrees or higher but go with the can
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Temp should be on the container in the directions section. I believe it would be 50 degrees or higher but go with the can
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I clean my rubber roof about 3 times a season. After it drys I will put on some Dicor rubber roof protectant on (Roof-Gard). The Dicor product seems to dry very quickly, usually in 30 minutes. I have applied it in the spring on a sunny day in the low 50's before. Should be no problem for ya. having the sun out will greatly help.
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Coating is different than UV protectant.
Are you sure you really need to coat the whole thing?

If so, I would do it on a bright, sunny day and keep it in the direct sun as long as possible.
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