I applied Spectracide PRO to a rather large bees nest in my a/c unit on the roof of my 2019 Keystone Bullet. Within minutes after spraying the nest I thought to myself that the spray may not be good for the roof so I immediately rinse the roof off with the hose out of caution. I know this was a dumb afterthought and I should have thought ahead.
I let the spray do its work and kill all the bees and a couple hours later got up took the shroud off the AC unit and removed the nest. I then thoroughly cleaned the area of the AC unit with paper towels, a vacuum, and paper towels again to get all the residual spray and nest out as much as possible. I use the vacuum to suck up any remaining moisture as much as I possibly could. I then put the AC shroud back on and buttoned it back up. I noticed on the roof it appears that the roofing material seems slightly bubbled right near the area I sprayed (see attached photo). based on what I've read so far it appears that it could be the petroleum within the spray that caused this? How much damage have I caused and how concerned should I be? Have I just totally destroyed my roof?
After getting the AC unit button back up I got a foam sprayer filled it with a light dish soap detergent and completely covered the top of the trailer with it to remove any residual bee killer spray thinking that if there was petroleum in it which I'm guessing there was, would be stripped away by the dish detergent. I then thoroughly rinsed the entire trailer.
I feel like an idiot and tried to do my best to clean up the mess I have created. Just want to know how much damage I have caused?