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Old 01-04-2014, 05:05 PM   #3249
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An Ion Job Rocker for listening to tunes outside.

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New Ultra Tuff-Coat roof paint job for my raw fiberglass roof. No more white streaks down the sides.

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Dr4film. I used Ultra Tuff on my boat decks, and worked great, but had too problems to be aware of. Instructions say prep is important. They really mean it. Clean, clean, clean. Any mildew spots will bleed thru in a few years. Primer MYST be evenly applied. Use a good quality roller, and take your time. Finally, and mist important, can't let it get wet for the specified time(24hrs?). I was under a covered dock, but condensation from roof collected in a few spots, and material came off in 4 months. Had to redo three small 1x1 ft areas. The product is outstanding just take your time and religiously follow instructions. Good luck, and how about an update when your done. Thinking about it on my next (first) RV.
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Mike,

Thanks for the heads up. I have hired a professional painter to do the labor. I also had him talk to the sales rep from Ultra Tuff-Coat. He will be here next week to start. He first has to tape the perimeter, then sand and roughen all smooth areas followed with a good cleaning with ZEP Purple. The next day will be the primer. The following two days will be the two coats of Tuff-Coat paint. I am using the flexible smooth rubber for fiberglass which the sales rep recommended for my application. He stated that a RV roof doesn't get a lot of traffic up there so the aggressive rubber wasn't needed.

I will have before and after photos to post on a new thread when finished.

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An entire rear cap,bikes and bumper. Total cost should be $6,300.11. No one hurt - just my pride. Also, a gas pump.
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An entire rear cap,bikes and bumper. Total cost should be $6,300.11. No one hurt - just my pride. Also, a gas pump.
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