Resealing RV Roof Vents: A Guide to Using Liquid Rubber RV Roof Coating

Resealing RV Roof Vents: A Guide to Using Liquid Rubber RV Roof Sealant

As summer approaches, you may find yourself dusting off your recreational vehicle (RV) and planning your next adventure. However, before you hit the open road, it's crucial to ensure your vehicle is in top shape — especially the roof. This guide will walk you through how to reseal RV roof vents using the highly recommended Liquid Rubber RV Roof Coating

Choosing the Right RV Roof Sealant

Your RV's roof is its first line of defense against the elements, so it's critical to choose a high-quality sealant. Using a subpar product may lead to leaks, which can cause significant damage. To avoid this, it's essential to choose a sealant designed specifically for RVs, like the Liquid Rubber RV Roof Coating.

Why Liquid Rubber RV Roof Coating?

Liquid Rubber RV Roof Coating is a top choice for many reasons. It's an environmentally friendly product that creates a waterproof barrier on your roof, protecting it from leaks and damage. What's more, it's VOC-free and nontoxic, making it safe for you and the environment. It's also cost-effective and easy to use, especially for DIY enthusiasts.

Getting Started: Planning and Preparations

Before you start applying the sealant, you need to prepare your RV roof. First, choose a clear, dry day with no chance of rain. Then, clean the entire roof using Liquid Rubber RV Smart Cleaner and a light scrub. Remove any loose or peeling pre-existing silicone or roof sealant.

Step-by-Step Guide to Resealing RV Roof Vents

  1. Preparation: Clean the area around the vent with Liquid Rubber RV Smart Cleaner.
  2. Detail: Use Liquid Rubber Seam Tape over seams and around skylights. Use Liquid Rubber RV Lap Sealant for small areas like ladders
  3. Prime: Use the correct primer for your roof type. For EPDM and AGED TPO use our Liquid Rubber EPDM Primer. For Fiberglass Metal, PVC and Wood use our Liquid Rubber Multi-purpose Primer.
  4. Seal: Apply Liquid Rubber RV Roof Coating around the vent, ensuring there are no gaps.
  5. Dry: Allow the sealant to dry completely before moving on to the next vent.

Tips and Tricks for a Successful Application

To get the most out of your Liquid Rubber RV Roof Coating, follow these tips:

  • Work in manageable sections.
  • Apply each coat in an alternate direction to the last coat to ensure even coverage.
  • Inspect for pinholes, blisters, voids, or thin spots and repair as necessary.

The Power of Liquid Rubber RV Roof Coating

Liquid Rubber RV Roof Coating isn't just for resealing roof vents. You can use it on a variety of surfaces, including EPDM rubber roofs, wood, metal, and fiberglass. It's a versatile solution for all your RV roofing needs.

Additional Uses for Liquid Rubber RV Roof Coating

In addition to resealing roof vents, you can use Liquid Rubber RV Roof Coating for other applications, including:

  • Repairing and restoring RV roofs
  • Sealing gutters and walls
  • Waterproofing sheds and other structures


With Liquid Rubber RV Roof Coating, you can go on your RV adventures with peace of mind, knowing your roof is well-protected against leaks and damage. It's a reliable, cost-effective solution for maintaining the health of your RV roof.

Additional Resources

For more information on using Liquid Rubber products, check out this article on the benefits of liquid roof waterproofing.