RV Roof Coating PU Deck

Liquid Rubber RV Roof Coating is an environmentally friendly coating that keeps your RV free from leaks. The RV Roof Sealant cures into a waterproof membrane, giving your RV roof the armor it needs to deliver you and your family safely to and from your destination.

We offer:

1 Quart (946ML)

1 Gallon (3.78L) Cans

5 Gallon (18.9L) Pails

RV Roof Coating Kit (5 Gallon/18.9L):

  • 1 - 5G pail of RV Roof Coating
  • 1 - Roll of 4" x 50' Seam Tape
  • 1 - 1G Pail of EPDM Primer
  • 1 - 1G Pail of RV Smart Cleaner
  • 4 x 10OZ (296ML) RV Lap Sealant Cartridges 

Kit covers up to a 30' RV.

 

Regular price $44.95 Regular price
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White
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RV Roof Coating PU Deck

Product Details

RV Roof Coating:

Liquid Rubber RV Roof Coating is an environmentally friendly coating that keeps your RV free from leaks. The RV Roof Sealant cures into a waterproof membrane, giving your RV roof the armor it needs to deliver you and your family safely to and from your destination.
The best kind of leak is the one you prevent from ever happening.

Products that prove themselves

Durable
Safe
Easy To Use

Popular Uses

  • RV/Mobile Home Roofs
  • Trailers/Campers
  • Toy Haulers
  • EPDM/TPO Roofs
  • Concrete, Metal
  • PVC, Fiberglass

Coverage

Apply a minimum final thickness of 1 gallon per 50 sq ft (4.7 sq/m). It should require around 3-4 heavy coats. 5 gallons will cover up to a 30-foot RV. Use all recommended material.


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For Step-By-Step Guides Specific to Your Project

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Identify the roof

Fiberglass, Wood, and Metal are easy to spot, but here is how to identify your sheet membrane roofs. (If you are unsure as to which roofing material you have, it is best to call the manufacturer to verify. For EPDM - use Liquid Rubber EPDM Primer. For most other substrates, use Liquid Rubber Multi-Purpose Primer. We do not have a primer for TPO at this time.)

TPO        Typically, white in color, is usually shiny and has a plastic feel with an "orange peel" like texture. Do not apply Liquid Rubber products over a TPO surface without a TPO Primer.

EPDM    Colors can vary from black to gray to white. Almost always has a smooth rubbery feel. It is also one of the thinnest materials (going down to .41 mm).

PVC        Typically found in white, but can come in gray, tan, and cream colors. PVC can easily be mistaken for TPO.

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Inspect your roof

Inspect caulking (lap sealant) and seams for shrinkage. Remove unbonded/damaged or silicone lap sealant and ensure the joint is clean and dry before applying Liquid Rubber Seam Tape or Liquid Rubber RV Lap Sealant. Look for physical damage such as tears, holes, and dents where water pools. Inspect your interior for water damage. If you have fiberglass check for cracks. (Use a fiberglass patch kit to repair prior to waterproofing).

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Clean the surface

Use Liquid Rubber RV Smart Cleaner to remove surface impurities. The RV Smart Cleaner is ready to use. Do not dilute. Sweep the surface clean. Wet surface lightly with a garden hose. Apply Liquid Rubber RV Smart Cleaner generously using a brush, roller, or spray equipment. Allow the solution to stand for 5-10 minutes. Work into the surface using a stiff bristle brush. Scrub a small section first to determine if the area is cleaned. For stubborn stains, repeat application. Rinse the sides and surface of your RV using a high-pressure spray nozzle & garden hose or power washer and allow it to fully dry. (Don’t get it on windows.)

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Masking

Tape-off, block off or otherwise mask areas that are not to receive coating. Remove masking while coating is still wet.

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Details (Tape or Lap Sealant)

Detail areas may include vents, skylights, etc. Pre-cut Liquid Rubber Seam Tape to desired length and fit. Remove plastic backing before applying (be careful not to stretch the seam tape when removing the backing). Apply Seam Tape to all seams at perimeter and protrusions (vents, skylights, etc.) Use pressure to activate adhesive leaving no wrinkles or fish-mouths. Overlap separate pieces of Seam Tape by at least 1 inch.

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Details (Cutting in)

For EPDM or PVC membranes, wipe down the surface with a clean white rag that has been dampened with acetone right before you prime. This will condition the surface to receive the primer. Use Liquid Rubber Multi-Purpose Primer for PVC, aluminum, and fiberglass roofs. Start by cutting in the detail areas. When dry (tacky is OK), apply a heavy detail coat of your selected Liquid Rubber Coating over the Seam Tape and cut-in areas (leaving a couple of inches of primer exposed to lap onto). Allow to dry.

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Application

Work in manageable sections. Apply the Liquid Rubber EPDM Primer to one side of the RV (leaving the other side uncoated so that you can walk and work on it. ) Allow the Liquid Rubber EPDM Primer to dry for 1-2 hours. Apply the Liquid Rubber RV Roof Coating (or other selected Liquid Rubber sealant) over the Liquid Rubber EPDM Primer, leaving 4-6 inches of the primer exposed so that you will be able to overlap it when you begin the second side. (You can apply to the entire roof when using Liquid Rubber Multi-Purpose Primer). Allow the Liquid Rubber RV Roof Coating to dry enough to walk on and repeat the process for the second side. Apply as many coats of the selected Liquid Rubber Coating using a brush or (3/8) 10mm roller until you use up the required amount. Allow to dry, approximately 6-8 hours between coats or until dry to the touch with nothing wet underneath.

Tips from the pros:         Apply each new coat at a right angle to the previous coat to ensure even thickness.

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Inspect and protect

Inspect for pinholes, blisters, voids, thin spots, or other defects. Repair as necessary. Allow your coating to dry 48-72 hours. Low temperatures and high humidity will extend cure times.

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Clean up

Remove tape while coating is wet and close container to secure leftover product. If spillage occurs, soak up as much material as possible with rags. Clean immediately with soap and water. If spill is dried, scrape off as much as possible with a razor or scraper. Use mineral spirits to weaken product and an appropriate tool such as a wire brush or grinder to mechanically remove. If splashed on the skin immediately wash thoroughly with fresh water. If the product has dried on the skin massage the area with medical grade mineral oil, baby oil or edible oil, then wash with soap and water. If irritation persists, seek medical attention.

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How To Use Liquid Rubber RV Roof Repair Sealant


Meta Description: Liquid Rubber RV Roof Repair Sealant can restore your RV’s roof, adding years of protection that allows you to enjoy more time on the open road.

Owning an RV isn't just about the joy of the open road. It's also about the responsibility of maintaining your mobile home. Regular roof maintenance is crucial to prevent leaks and expensive repairs. Fortunately, there's a solution: Liquid Rubber RV Roof Repair Sealant.


 

For the Full Application Guideline Download - CLICK HERE - Below is a list of general steps you can use to learn how to use Liquid Rubber RV Roof Sealant 

  1. Determine Roof Material

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The first step of using RV Rubber Roof Sealant is to determine your roof’s material. Here is how to determine RV roof type: 

  1. Fiberglass - Smooth hard gel like surface.
  2. Metal/Aluminum - Looks like a metal roof.
  3. PVC/Vinyl - Smooth & plasticky.  Same color top and bottom.
  4. TPO - Textured & plasticky.  Same color top and bottom.
  5. EPDM - Smooth & rubbery.  White top and black bottom.  Most common RV Roof material.

If you’re not sure of your RV roof type, take some pictures and email them over to Support@ShopLiquidRubber.com. We can walk you through the whole process. 


  1. Inspecting RV Seams, Joints and Roof

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  1. Remove loose, flaking lap sealant.
  2. Remove any Silicone Caulking (usually clear or opaque and rubbery).
  3. Check for cracks or seams pulling back, coming loose.
  4. Look for signs of cracking, peeling, or bubbling

  1. Preparation & Cleaning

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  1. For PVC, Metal and Fiberglass RV Roofs
    1. Roughen the surface with 120 grit sandpaper
  2. For TPO RV Roofs
    1. Sand very well with 120 grit sandpaper
  3. Clean with Liquid Rubber RV Roof Cleaner for all roof types
  4. Do a final wipe with Acetone before priming for EPDM, TPO, PVC and Fiberglass Roofs

  1. Sealing RV Roof Vents & Seams

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  1. Use Liquid Rubber Lap Sealant around smaller vents and seams and Liquid Rubber Seam Tape for larger areas that need to be bridged.
  2. Use Masking Tape for areas not to be painted and remove while the primer/coating is still wet.  Apply Masking Tape for each coat.
  3. Prime around the vents and edges with appropriate RV roof primer.
    1. Fiberglass, Metal, PVC/Vinyl - use Liquid Rubber Multi-Purpose Primer
    2. EPDM, TPO - use Liquid Rubber EPDM/TPO Primer

*Note - Do not prime over Lap Sealant or Seam Tape

  1. When the Primer is dry (EPDM/TPO primer is tacky when dry), apply a heavy coat of Liquid Rubber RV Roof Coating over the Primer, Lap Sealant and Seam Tape.  Leave some of the Primer exposed so you can lap onto it later.

  1. How to Apply RV Roof Repair Sealant Coating

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  1. Wipe the left of the roof lengthwise with Acetone and apply Primer.
  2. Apply RV Roof Coating in a heavy coat over the Primer leaving 4-6 inches of the Primer exposed.
  3. Once RV Roof Coating is dry and you can work on it, wipe the right side of the roof with Acetone and apply Primer.
  4. Apply RV Roof Coating in a heavy coat over the Primer.
  5. Once dry and you can work on it, apply additional coats in opposite directions until you use up your final recommended coverage.  ie. 5 gallons for a 30 ft RV

  1. Weather & When to Apply

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  1. Apply in dry, warm temperatures.
  2. 10C/50F and above
  3. Below 80% humidity
  4. Avoid direct, hot, intense sun.

  1. Tips & Tricks

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  1. Use disposable gloves
  2. Use throw away brushes and rollers
  3. Do not let products freeze in their containers
  4. Use a tarp to lay out products and keep area clean
  5. Mix products well before using
  6. Speak to Liquid Rubber Tech Support if you have any questions

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