Dicor CoolCoat Rubber Ceramic Coating, Gallon, White
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Dicor CoolCoat Rubber Ceramic Coating, Gallon, White

Dicor CoolCoat Rubber Ceramic Coating is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 5.
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Reduces heat transfer, known as heat flux, to the interior by 29%. CoolCoat reflects and dissipates solar heat to reduce A/C demand. Use with Dicor Rubber Roof Cleaner/Activator (#32150). For use on EPDM and TPO roofs.
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  • Easy to Apply
  • Dries Quickly
  • The durability and longevity of the EPDM coating is improved
  • Reduces heat in interior of RV
  • Extends the life of your roof
  • Unit Weight 13.00 lb
    Brand Dicor
    MFG Part No. RP-IRC-1
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from wow, what a differance I have a 25ft 5th wheel, I bought 2 bottles pre treat and 4 cans of CoolCoat. Installing plastic drop sheets to protect sides was the hardest part of the process. Tape held that very good. Weather was great, 70 and very low humidity Applied 1.75 bottles of pretreat with 1 gal sprayer and washing/rinse off with pressure washer made it fast and easy. Used brush to trim and medium tape roller to further coat. I feel as if I put on 2 good coats, was left with 2 cans unopened. I work in HVAC and have seen many coatings used in this instance, the finished product was outstanding. What a difference it made to my roof just in appearance and surface texture. The insulation factor will make it all that better.
    Date published: 2014-09-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Products We put this roof coating on a few months back, and have been to Texas and Las Vegas this summer. I personally think that this product did actually keep our camper cooler and it also seems that our A/C didn't have to work as hard. We felt like after we put our camper down for the night, it didn't take as long to cool it off and we ran the thermostat around 72-75 degrees. We have a 1998, 26ft Prowler with 1-slide. I know this stuff is a bit pricey, but I bought 2 gallons and got 3 coats on our roof including the 14ft slide and I use 3 bottles of the cleaner. Definitely worth it! I will do the roof coating again when it is time. We live where the average snowfall is 240 inches, so will let everyone know how the roof stood up over the winter.
    Date published: 2014-10-18
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Happy so far I have a 34 foot Class C and bought 4 gallons of this stuff just to make sure I had plenty and based on other reviews, I figured I would have some left over and could always take some back to a store later. Well, I put it on fairly thick I think and added three heavy coats and took all 4 gallons and I was happy I got the extra. I wanted the extra protection for roof and also figured thicker would help insulate more also. We will see how well it helps on insulation, but it sure wouldn't hurt and my old rubber was a solid black, so the white should help just with color alone. I used three bottles of the sealer first and was just enough. I hope it holds up well but for now, it looks great and was easy to use, just takes all day to prep, wash the sealer and add three coats for complete job.
    Date published: 2017-03-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Leadville, Colorado I have a 1989 26ft prowler travel trailer with a 12ft slide. I used 3 EPDM/cleaner- activator and 1 1/2 gallons of the DICOR CoolCoat. I had about 1/2 gallon left over which i will do a little touch up and redo the seams after the monsoon season is over. The product went on good and after two coats it looks great. We will see how it works in the Texas heat in a couple of weeks. It didn't rain on it and had it out in the sun for about 6 hrs before dark but the next morning it was 38 degrees and a bit of dew on the roof but went to check on it and with the 18 hrs or less of dry time it seems to be ok. I had a pressure washer which made the cleaner/activator easy to get off and didn't do all the plastic and taping the whole camper so when i got done just rinsed the unit real good and does't show any stains or streaks. We average about 240 inches of snow a year so will see how it holds up to our winters up here.
    Date published: 2014-08-17
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Actually lives up to the advertisement I bought the system, cleaner primer and 2 gallons of cool coat. I have an 8x 27 fleetwood. I followed the directions, and I ended up with a finished product that I was very satisfied with. I had one quart left over. It is hot here in Texas and as advertised the product was much cooler than the previous roof. I will use it again when it comes time, for sure.
    Date published: 2014-08-04
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    I have a 38' Motorhome. How many gallons needed? I cannot find any coverage specs on the product page.

    Asked by: LewisT
    Each gallon covers 125 square feet. So on a 38 ft. motorhome, you are looking at approximately 5 gallons as the manufacturer recommends two coats to be applied. To accurately figure out how much of the CoolCoat is needed, the roof will need to be measured.
    Answered by: CW Steven
    Date published: 2019-05-14

    Will work on my terry 27x 1999?

    Asked by: edward parrish
    We do not have a reference system that specifies construction of an RV make/model. The roof material will have to be identified one way or another. An EPDM or TPO membrane(rubber) roof can use this product. Fiberglass or metal roofs should not. <a href=https://youtu.be/KL5qJw397Rc>'How to Determine Your RV Roof Type' - presented by Dicor</a>
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    Will it work on fiber glass roofs

    Will it help small cracks from leaking
    Asked by: Pop up
    For a fiberglass roof, <a href=https://www.campingworld.com/dicor-fiberglass-rv-roof-coating-gallon>SKU#58353</a> is recommended.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    What type roller do I need to apply this? I understand to use a paint brush to cut in the details.

    Asked by: Roberta
    A medium nap roller is used. An instructional video can be viewed <a href=https://youtu.be/OrzKWZ1Mw-o>here</a>. Instead of the EPDM Acrylic Coating(RP-CRC-1), the CoolCoat(RP-IRC-1) is used in its place. The prep work and application process is still the same.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    Is this also a sealant for leakage?

    Asked by: Anonymous
    No, leaks have to be resealed with a lap sealant or sealant tape like <a href=https://www.campingworld.com/dicor-diseal-tape-4-x-50-roll-white>#42193</a>.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    What if acrylic is already on there?

    Can this be applied if the acrylic was put on last year?
    Asked by: ~Kit
    Just like the standard EPDM acrylic coating, the cleaner/activator(#32150) still has to be applied first which means the previous acrylic will be stripped from the rubber membrane.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    Will it stick to alumium?

    Asked by: jimmy
    No, this product is designed only for rubber roof membranes.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    Will this cut down/eliminate black streaks?

    Asked by: Anonymous
    No, black streaks are dirt, grim, and other gunk in the air that accumulates on the roof and sidewalls. Occasional washing is helpful, but using a wash & wax product on your RV sidewall or a protectant solution safe on the finish of the RV will assist in keeping black streaks from 'sticking' to your RV. Installing gutters will minimize where streaks occur.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08
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