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Old 10-06-2020, 05:15 PM   #1
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Lifting 5 gal. Recoating Bucket???

I plan to recoat my RV roof soon. I have everything figured out, except how to get the 50+ pounds bucket of recoating on to the roof. I will be working alone, and all the youtube videos NEVER show that part (transporting it up). Any ideas?
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I would suggest pouring it in 1 gallon buckets.

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Ask a young neighbor to give you a hand for a few minutes. Then a nice gift card will ensure that you shouldn't feel as though you imposed.
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I would suggest pouring it in 1 gallon buckets.

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The roof on my coach took just short of a gallon per coat . Hauling the five gallon up there will just make you mad , because you have to haul four gallons back down at the end of the day.
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I have thought of using the 1 gal. can solution from the start. Thanks for confirming my hunch.
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