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Old 01-16-2022, 07:04 PM   #1
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Dicor Rubber Roof Coating Air Bubbles

Following the Dicor instructions, I applied two coats of the Dicor Rubber (EPDM) Roof Coating on the roof of my 2005 Nomad 5ver, after prepping with the Dicor activator/cleaner. I performed this in mid October on dry sunny day, temps between 70-85F, here in AZ. I inspected the roof at least twice since and all appeared normal. However, yesterday, 15 January 2022, I went up on to the roof to do an inspection after high winds moved through the area the previous couple days. No evidence of damage or debris on the roof, however there are two slightly raised air bubbles the diameter of a grapefruit and the other the diameter of a baseball between the access ladder rails, at the very back end of the roof, that seem to be under either the second coat of the coating, not the actual EPDM Roof material.


Any guidance or thoughts are appreciated.
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Old 01-16-2022, 11:21 PM   #2
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Just maybe there was slight moisture on the surface when you applied, or maybe just not clean enough. I would cut the bubble out and clean and recoat. If left it just might want to spread.
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