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Old 01-12-2014, 11:53 AM   #1
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Four Winds roof type.

I have a 2006 Four Winds Majestic class C and am wanting to coat the roof.The product I ordered says not for alpha roofs.Does anyone know what type roof I have?

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I have the same RV that you have. It's a rubber roof. I've been using Dicor and Eternabond to seal it. Some people coat their roofs with different things. I just clean mine with a low setting power washer and then use the two products mentioned above to keep it water tight.

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X2 low power wash and check around openings. If necessary, dicor self leveling caulk or Eternabond.
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