Money spent on a good roof is money well spent in my view.
Yup!! If the roof's no good pretty soon nothing will be good.!!
Retired Anesthetist. Pilot with mechanic/inspection ratings.1996 Jayco C 22 foot with 460/Banks Powerpak/Bilsteins.Wife and daughter. Two cats which control my life. 1975 Ford F-250, 84 Coupe Deville, Thorp T18, tons of tools and tons of junk.
Hey Marine, don't you know we can't read PICTURES we like pictures. I may have to do the roof thing with my Expedition.
How did the Eterna Bond go. Did you remove all the old caulking and how much of a pain was that.
MGySgt USMC(R) 61-91
Wife, has put up with me for 49 years
Three hyper chihuahua's
Good Sam a pound rescue, Sassy and Bambi
2001 Fleetwood Expedition Diesel Pusher
Toad 2011 Dodge Ram 1500 Crew Cab 4 X 4
Just one word of caution with the product. My experience with an RV Cover was that it embedded itself into the rubber and had to be ripped off the RV. I had to re coat the roof but it looks bad. So bottom line based on my personal experience, don't use a cover over the Liquid Rubber Roof unless you can verify the cover won't react with the rubber. I also found that certain leaves if left on the roof wet will also react with the rubber and attach themselves to the roof.
Jerry it can take a few months to cure completely depending on the time of the year. We learned to never use an RV cover because our rubber roof came with about 12 pin holes due to the PO's long term use of a RV cover.
So far we have not had anything to stick/react with Liquid Rubber. Of course now with it coated with RMP3 nothing tends to stick to it. It has been 8 months since the MH has been washed so I need to take a good look at the roof to see if the RMP3 on the roof was a good or bad idea.