I have a 1985-32ft. Pinnacle motorhome and I was wondering what is the best way to seal the roof on it. It is a one piece roof. The motorhome itself is made out of fiberglass.
It had quite a few leaks in it when I bought it. I have scraped off the old stuff that was on the roof and now I need to reseal it before the weather turns bad. I live in the Northwest and the rains will be coming soon. I need to know what is the best product to use for it?
There is a product called Liquid Roof that I understand a lot of RVers have had good results with. I need to let you know up front that I have not personally used this product but, from the research that I have done if I ever need to redo the roof on my motorhome this is the product I would choose to do it.
Here are the advantages of Liquid Roof according to its manufacturer.
* Can be applied over most roofing materials with the exception of silicone and petroleum based materials. * UV and ozone resistant * excellent against ponding water * waterproofs immediately on application. * not damaged by freezing and has long term flexibility * final cured properties not damaged by adverse conditions * one coat application
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