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Old 08-08-2010, 04:53 PM   #1
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rubber roof

We got the rubber roof pretty clean with a cleaner/uv protectant last week and I was wondering if any one has had any experience with a product called Aerospace Protectant 303 on a rubber roof? I'm semi retired from a auto upholstery business and one of my suppliers mentioned they had this in gal cans.. Thanks for any info Patrick

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I would not recommend using this on the EPDM (rubber) roof. If you applied the EPDM protectant after cleaning the roof you are good to go for a year.

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If its a Dicor Brite-Tex roof they have a warning.
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303 can be used on any hard surface. There is no petrolium in it. I have been using it for many years and an very pleased with the product. It is also the best to use if you have vinyl graphics. SPF 40.
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The Protect-all Rubber Roof treatment is easy to apply and doesn't require anywhere near a gallon. No more than a 30 minute job and you are good for a year.
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Just so there is no missunderstanding Aerospace 303 Protectant can be purchased in quantities from 16 oz. to 5gal. It would take about 4oz. to do the roof on a 35ft. rv.
16oz. will do the whole exterior including the tires. To get the whole scoop go to www.303aerospace.com

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