Hopefully there was no moisture from rain or washing before you sealed it up. Those bubbles look like the kind of thing that happens when water also gets involved. If there was moisture in there, it's now trapped. Rot can ensue.
Hmmm, this has got me thinking now. I felt inside the tear with my fingers and it was perfectly dry. You are thinking the bubbles are due to water being inside the roof?
I took it to the dealer today, and it was indeed a branch. You can see a line of sorts where the branch met the roof which scratched its way to the holes. There is nothing poking through from underneath. I guess this one was my bad. I need to be more careful.
The good news is they gave me a free strip of eternabond and I Patched it right there and then.
Now Im wondering about the rest of the roof that was scratched. It doesnt look too bad but the surface is a little scratched.
I was cleaning my trailer and noticed some roof damage.
The trailer was purchased new a few months ago, and I have no idea what could have caused this. Does this look like a warranty issue, or does int look like I damaged it?
The problem is I have a trip planned on thursday...not sure if I have time to get this fixed by the dealer. Is it an easy fix? Or should I wait for the dealer (not in until monday :( )
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