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Old 07-05-2012, 01:27 PM   #1
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the starieB

2001 monaco dynasty the roof is chocky and when it rains it runs down the sides and makes a mess anyone have this problem and what can i do can i repaint the roof if so what do i use please help jim leesburg florida
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Old 07-05-2012, 02:35 PM   #2
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No need to re-paint....clean it real good (soap-water-brush) then wax it. Mop & Glow works good.
Will take care of the chalky crap.
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thankyou so much i will do that
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Old 07-09-2012, 05:06 PM   #4
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If you still have problems, this may work:
Elastomeric SnowRoof watertight flexible roof coating (Ace Hardware). Rolls on easily with long handle. It goes on blue, and turns very white when dry. It took a whole gallon for my 38 ft. roof--thin coat. Solved 98% of the problem with the chalky roof. Much better now.
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Now that the problem has been solved, can you tell us what the starieB means?
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Now that the problem has been solved, can you tell us what the starieB means?
staryB is my wife's maiden last name and B is the first letter of my last name we like to star gaze so how appropiate we are from leesburg fl and we are first timers tthis is ower first motorhome we love it 40' is a big coach to start out with but i am getting the hang of it and love driving it better than the car you can see everything like being in the cockpit of a plane thank's for your help maby we will see you on the road some day my email is alfredcycling@hotmail.com stay in touch jim and carol
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