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Old 08-17-2016, 09:07 PM   #1
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Newly coated roof staining from oak tree

I coated the roof with Dicor Coolcoat and it really looks good and I hope helps with stopping some of the suns heat from penetrating. The best place that I have to park the motorhome has old oak trees around. The shade is nice but anything that falls from them is leaving a brown stain. The coating dried very white and has a flat finish (not glossy). Any ideas of a sealant or coating that will seal and protect it?
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This affects the appearance only. If you choose to park under trees, your only option is to cover the roof or construct a MH-port roof, because whatever you put atop the new coating will also stain.
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