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Old 07-12-2016, 09:10 PM   #1
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Silver Seal 300 Ok for RV rubber roof?

Here's another question....somebody wants to use Silver Seal 300 aluminum paint on my RV rubber roof to prevent leaks. Anybody know about this product and is it ok for my roof? If it's not ok, what could happen if used? Thanks again!
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Old 07-13-2016, 09:56 AM   #2
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Look at their website. Black Jack- 5175-A-30

From what they say no.
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Old 07-13-2016, 10:05 AM   #3
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Yes, I did. Person who wants to use it says it is safe. Just looking for other opinions. Thank you
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According to their website they say " do not use", but it's your rig you make that decision
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I just re-coated my rubber roof. I used this stuff from EPDM coatings. Turned out great and white reflects heat (light) better than silver.

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Why are you asking this question, when you know that the company that makes the stuff,says not to use it on your roof ?
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Hi Mich,
Asked just because guy insisted this stuff was safe for rubber RV roofs. I wanted some other opinions because, what do I know, I am just a woman. Lol!!!
However, I am quite convinced it will ruin my roof.
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X2 on the liquid roof.

Not cheap and a lot of work yes but the outcome is fantastic.

It does require proper preparation and do use the primer.

We posted a thread with photos of one we did last year.
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Psheesh! The product explicitly says not to use on EPDM rubber. I think I would not take any advice from that person in the future!

Besides that, you probably don't even need an entire roof coat unless the rubber is physically deteriorated. In most case you just need seams and openings re-sealed with a quality lap sealant like Dicor.
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