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Old 07-28-2013, 10:23 PM   #1
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Roof sealant ??

Hey Folks,

Wondering what to use and how much will I need to coat/seal my roof of RV. Not wanting to spend a lot, but do need to seal the roof.

RV is a 92 Seven Seas Cobra 28' and it has what I would call a rubber roof.

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Old 07-30-2013, 07:16 AM   #2
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Liquid Rubber roof coating is a top product. I bought 4 gallons for my 30' rig and had enough to recoat some thin spots. It is very much so like a miracle cure for an older membrane. Make sure you perform a decent pre-roof inspection and any places that are open tears or chinks....use some EDPM roof repair tape (forgot the name brand that we all use) and/or some DICOR self leveling chalk. Then apply your rubber roof coating. I washed and allowed the rig to dry.....had all my tools ready.....mixed my coating in 1 gallon batches..... poured and spread.....let cure..... and am so happy with the results that I was able to extend the useful life of an aging membrane until i can muster the time and effort for a full membrane replacement project.
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