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Jerry B

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Posted: 04/20/13 07:45pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

RoadXYZ wrote:

Jerry B wrote:

Anyone tried this?
http://duckcoat.com/


Who suggested you do this ?


I saw it at Menards. It can be used with pooling water and is not water soluable. I'm going to try it on a EPDM roof on my wifes art studio. If I like it, the RV is next. Appears much easier to use than the two part "Liquid Roof" EPDM product.


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It's just another Elastomeric - we use it on the roofs of the mobile homes in the desert and there are probably a dozen different suppliers including Henrys and range from $60 a 5 gallon drum to $160 for the top notch stuff.

It doesn't chemically bond to the surface - just a mechanical bond so surface needs to be well prepped. It forms a thick 'rubber' skin that is 100% waterproof but water can creep underneath it from splits or edges.

Typically we recoat every 2-3 years in the desert.

It should work on an RV as it remains flexible - just make sure the surface is clean and pretreat any cracks or leaks with Dicor sealant first and let it cure before applying.

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We put the white liquid RV roofing on last weekend. Little prep work and four hour work time, squeege it out and smooth out with a roller. Goes over a rubber roof nicely, guess that is similar stuff, our roof was 20 years old and in pretty decent shape. Just wonder the price on that stuff.





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SureCoat Roof Systems for Recreational Vehicles has anyone used his?

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