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Dicor White Rubber Roof Acrylic Coating, Gallon

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Description


Elastomer coating provides superior weather and UV resistance, flexibility, adhesion and ease of application.
Excellent protective elastomeric barrier for extending the life of your rubber roof membrane. Fire retardant.The Dicor Rubber Roof Coating System is a two part, commercial grade system from Carlisle Syntec that combines a primer/cleaner necessary for proper roof preparation and an acrylic coating that provides an excellent protective barrier.

Application:

White acrylic coating must be preceded with Dicor cleaner/activator to ensure proper adhesion. All cleaner/activator must be completely removed from roof prior to applying acrylic coating. All surfaces must be clean and free of residue or loose particles, degraded substrate, grease, oil, dirt, or other contaminates. Surfaces shall be completely dry and frostfree before coating. Deteriorated or damaged substrates shall be repaired or replaced.

Dicor acrylic coating shall be applied in a minimum of 2 coats at a rate of 1 gallon per 125 sq. ft per coat (i.e. 8' X 30' roof takes 4 gallons). Actual gallons required will depend on the type of surface and texture, method of application, and weather conditions at the time of application. All surfaces must be uniformly coated and free from voids, pinholes, or blisters.

Preparation:

Thoroughly mix the contents for a minimum of 15 minutes prior to application. Dicor acrylic coating may be applied by medium nap roller or brush. Clean equipment with water and a universal cleaner.

Caution:

CAN CAUSE IRRITATION OF NOSE, THROAT AND LUNGS; CAN CAUSE NAUSEA AND HEADACHE. Prolonged or repeated breathing of vapor or spray mist may be harmful. Use a respirator for protection from vapor or spray mist. Avoid eye and skin contact. Do not take internally. Wash thoroughly after handling and before eating or smoking. Keep container closed when not in use.

Contains:

Aqueous Acrylic Emulsions, Calcium Carbonate (471-34-1), Aluminum Trihydroxide (1645-51-2), Titanium Dioxide (13463-67-7)

KEEP FROM FREEZING • USE ONLY IN A WELL VENTILATED AREA




Technical Specs


Tech Specs

Weight: 12.1 lbs.

Manufacturer: Dicor Corp

Mfg Part #: RP-CRC-1

Tech Notes: Covers approximately 125 square feet per gallon.



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Dicor White Rubber Roof Acrylic Coating, Gallon: Customer Reviews

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Reviewed by 16 customers

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Goes On Smooth


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August 10, 2014
Just finished renewing my RV rubber roof. Used the cleaner first, let it dry, then brushed to Acrylic Coating around all the vents, openings on roof. I have a 28 ft. travel trailer and purchased 2 gallons (suggested from other reviewers), put 2 coats on thick and still had a good 1/2 gallon left. The roof is beautiful and looks brand new again. I had an RV place do the roof 3 years ago. They did a horrible job and the material started peeling off in 2 years (or less). I will save myself $600+ and do it myself! Super easy to apply and well worth every penny to purchase. Camping World had the best price and free shipping when I used my Good Sam/Camping World member's card. I highly recommend this product.
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Dicor acrylic coating


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July 18, 2013
Applied on a 40' 1999 Dream, Used a low pile roller to apply, and a brush around all obstacles e.g. Vents, antenna a/c units put three coats on and used dicor self levelling lap joint compound on all seams, now the roof looks brand new. And only took me a day.
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Awsome


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December 04, 2012
Do it yourself rubber roofing in a can, Love it. Have used this about 5 years ago to do camper roof. Make sure you clean roof and dry before starting, other than that, its all good.
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WELL SATISIED


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November 20, 2012
I just completed coating my 32ft 5thwheel trailer with the dicor rubber roof treatment. Cleaned roof good with my power washer the day before. Used the cleaner/ activator, (used 3.5 bottles for 30ft roof) washed roof lightely with power washer holding wand 1.5 ft away from roof mainly to rinse. After rinse, I blew excess water off with with my yard blower to speed drying. Once dryed, cut in around vents AC,etc with a brush.Rolled on coating with 1/2 nap roller and rolled on beautifully. Applied 2 heavy coats and only used 2 gallons. (Thanks for the other reviews, kept me from buying to much). Roof looks BRAND NEW!!!!Can't wait to see how it looks in a year from now
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This stuff is Great


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October 02, 2012
Thanks to all at camping world for your help choosing this product! It went on easy and after putting the product on it rained a few days later,no leaks! The hardest part was getting the roof clean,I had bought 2 gallons and had plenty.my camper is a 26 foot 5th wheel.Thanks again.
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Great product easy to use


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September 09, 2012
Waited three weeks for Mother nature to let us get the roof coated. Wow what a great product. Three coats later and our roof looks like new. Thanks to everyone else writing a review we only ordered two gallons of paint and two quarts of cleaner. had less than a pint left when all finished clean up was easy but has been a full day. Thanks Dicor and Camping World for a wonderful product
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It works


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August 29, 2012
This is the second trailer I used this product on. After two years with the first one, I saw no deterioration. This stuff works. The price is high, but not compared to the price of a new roof.
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Great stuff, goes on easy, seems to work well.


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June 24, 2012
I have only had this on my roof now for two weeks and the hardest part was prepping the sides of the RV with dropcloth for the activator cleaner. So far so good. The stuff goes on smooth and easy like a thick paint and dries fairly quickly. Allow a full day for this job- as I said the prepping was the hardest part. The description is a bit off for how much you need, however. I have a 32' x 8.5' Class A and I only needed a little over 2 gallons for two coats. I bought 4 gallons as I was told in the description. It does one no good to overcoat or have three coats so I just did the two and gave the rest to my friend who is doing his RV soon, We'll see how it lasts, but for now it looks and works great.
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Easy and great results


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June 24, 2012
I wasn't looking forward to re-coating my roof, but didn't feel like paying a shop to do it, either... This product, and the cleaner (part 1) were really easy to use. I started the job on a Saturday am and finished the same day. (Very unusual for me to finish what I start!) The roof looks great. My RV size called for 4 gallons and two coats, but I had trouble using two full gallons. Maybe I did it wrong, but I think I rolled it on pretty thick.
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UV Protection


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June 23, 2012
This coating along with the primer is easy to apply with a brush and appears to offer good UV protection. I used less than half a gallon per coat on my 23 foot travel trailer - much less than the manufacturer suggests, but it provided a heavy coat of paint.
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Worked great


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May 30, 2012
The product worked very well. The recommendation was 2 coats, I got 3 and still had a little left. My trailer is 26ft. The only thing I am a little un clear about is the first part cleaner and prep. I had already cleaned my roof prior to getting the product. I did still follow the recommendation, then it asks you to pressure wash it off? So therefore, I feel I could have still achieved the same result by skipping part one. The key is to make sure your roof is clean and dry before applying. The cool part was when I touched the roof when it was dry, the temp was about 90 degrees out, but the roof was cool to the touch! Good product!
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Roof looks like new


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May 19, 2012
This was recommended by a full timer friend of mine. He has used it on his trailer and many of his neighbors. It goes on great and makes the roof look new again. The only thing I would fore warn you is that the coverage requirements seem to be way off. I have a 30 foot fifth wheeler and after applying two coats I only used two gallons. Dicor says you need 4 gallons for a 30 foot trailer. I called my buddy to see if I was not applying it correctly. He said he rarely uses over two gallon even on larger campers. So I guess I'll do my slide which I was not planning on and another coat for the roof top. At around $70 a gallon that is a big overestimation.Not slaming the product. It made my roof while again and looks great.
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Rubber Roof Coating


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February 22, 2012
This is a great product and I am really pleased with the results. My roof looks like new. I applied three coats with a roller. Condtions were very dry (desert) and 70 deg.F. The complete process (including primer/cleaner and three applicatiions of coating) took an elapsed time of 6.5 hours. My trailer is 216 square feet so for two coats I ordered 4 gallons, as recommended. My first coat was not very thick, second coat was thick and third coat was medium. For these three coats I used just over two gallons. Also, the description for this coating product is not clear that you need to order the primer/cleaner separately (ie. it is two part but both parts don't come with this one product number).
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Excellent Product


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October 25, 2011
Product was easy to apply. One needs to be very careful when superimposing the coats because the seam of the coating can be seen. It is an excellent product that sealed my roof and met my needs.
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Roof recoating


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August 13, 2011
After getting the roof prepped, I used the activator cleaner to get the roof cleaned and activated for part2. After getting the roof cleaned, let it dry about 45 minutes before strating with the Dicor coating. Applied 3 coats and the roof membrane now looks like new. About 8 hours from start to finish. 1991 mini-C Cobra American
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Rubber Roof Coating


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August 10, 2011
This coating was even better than expected. It stopped all leaks and even looks great.
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can this be used on both types of rubber roofs?
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can this product be used on a rubber roof that has weathered down to the black surface?
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can this coating be applied as waterproofing, uv resistance, and abrasion resistance to other types of surfaces, namely a plant based smooth surface?
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Is there any warranty with this product?
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Do I need to use primer with Dicor Roof Acrylic?
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How long can the product be stored before use (Shelf Life)?
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Can I apply a third coat after 24 hours?
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Does this product come in half gallons?
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Can this product be used on a Britek roof?
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At coverage rate of 125sqft per gal, min. of two coats,is that saying for 8x34ft roof I need 2.17 gals or 4.34 gals?
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How much area does 1 gallon cover?
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What is the name of the 'cleaner/activater'?
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Can you do slides with this product as well?
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Can I wait 24 hours between step 1 and step 2 for application?
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What is the approximate drying time?
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