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Old 11-09-2013, 10:06 AM   #1
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Hi .We have a 37" Motorhome And I beleive it has the Rubber roofing.what can we use to coat the roof with without costing an arm and a leg.I was reading up on a product called Grey Sheild.this is the description.any ideas.Thanks!! Sue

Gray Shield Foundation coating is an acrylic elastomeric emulsion fortified with water resistant polymers. Gray Shield forms a liquid rubber membrane that seals and waterproofs a variety of surfaces. Gray Shield's UV resistance, water resistance, and natural gray color allows for use below and above grade on surfaces that are exposed to weather.

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Why would you not use a product that is specified for RV roofs? Dicor is one of these manufacturers.
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I am looking for some input on what to use.I will check this out.Thanks...
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Old 11-09-2013, 11:20 AM   #4
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Why do you believe you need to apply some sort of coating? Most rubber roofs only needs cleaning twice a year and the application of some UV inhibitor to keep them in top shape for as long as you'll own it.
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We have a few small leaks.& The Motorhome is getting older and the roof looks to be weather beaten.
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If that is true, then your best option is to replace the roof material. One of the high end manufacturers is now offering Rhino lining as an option. Might check that out.
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