How to redo your RV Fiberglass Roof, reseal the roof rounded edges to the gutter & make it new again.
The material I use for the roof is Dicor Fiberglass Coating. I go into great detail of what I did & the necessary steps to make your RV Fiberglass Roof like new again. Once completed, your RV Fiberglass Roof will be easy to clean, safe to walk on & reflect a ton of heat from the sun in the summer time. There’s no sense in using some other RVer home remedies that in reality will just need more up keep down the road. Once you prep your RV Fiberglass Roof properly like I showed you and apply this Dicor Fiberglass Coating, the results are so stunting you’ll wish you had done this years ago. The Dicor Fiberglass Coating I applied to our RV Fiberglass Roof is now 6 years old & our roof still looks like new. Once you apply this Dicor Fiberglass Coating, you also DO NOT need to do anything else during the year. No applying 303. No waxing. No polishing. Just wash it with a good detail soap like I use on our coach. Also in this video I cover the importance of keeping your roof seams/gutters in top shape using a Polyurethane Sealant in the rounded seams area. I actually show you how to remove the old roof sealant and replace it with my Polyurethane adhesive to the roof edge. If you do the steps and use the materials I show here, you won't ever have to worry about roof leaks or the roof separating from the gutter. I also cover how to reseal all you roof vents and other items on the roof with Dicor Self Leveling Lap Sealant.
Using my Loctite PL S40 White Window, Door and Siding Polyurethane Sealant for sealing the roof edges behind the gutter, takes 7 days to totally cure. However, in 2 days it will have a nice dry skin over it to protect the sealant. So it's best to have at least a 2 or 3 day window of good dry weather when you apply it. You can do this maintenance in a camp ground. Just be sure you won't be leaving for at least a few days to allow it cure 100%. If you dig out all the old sealant & replace with this sealant, it will take approx. 3 tubes to do a 35' RV. This product is in my Amazon Store BELOW in the "Everything on the Roof" category. It's a perfect solution for this application.
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DISCLAIMER: We are in no way experts or professional mechanics. But being a journeyman millwright for years & being EX Military, has proven to be very helpful in my lifetime learning how to care for & maintain all sorts of machinery & equipment like: helicopters, airplanes, tanks, motorcycles & many types of other vehicles. That, along with 18 months preparing & upgrading our RV before we went full time, & now traveling for several years has gained us a lot of knowledge. Regardless of what we recommend, consult a professional if you're unsure about working on your RV. Work you perform or products you purchase based on any information we provide is at your own risk.