Originally Posted by SarahW
That looks great! I'd like to do that to our Bounder while it is still relatively new and before we have any problems. You have to wonder why the RV manufacturers aren't proactively adding something like Eternabond themselves...it seems like a logical solution.
They do, but only on the tops of slides. It is too expensive to do all of the roof seams for a manufacture. The cost to do my 38 ft was just over $100. Less than having the roof seams caulked one time by a dealer.
It is easy to apply, just clean the existing caulking and 2 inches on both side with lacquer thinner and apply the Eternabond doing about 3 feet at a time. Took about an hour to do the entire roof. I also did all of the roof vent seams with 2 inch strips.
I have a new MH on order and the roof will be done with Eternabond as soon as I get it home.