Dicor Fiberglass RV Roof Coating - Gallon

Catalog Item # 58353

Dicor Fiberglass RV Roof Coating protects and beautifies fiberglass and previously coated RV roofs.

Fiberglass RV Roof Coating is formulated with 100% Acrylic Fiberglass resins to form a flexible coating that will expand and contract with the roof movement. Dicor Fiberglass RV Coating is brilliant white to provide a superior reflectivity thereby lowering interior temperatures. Not recommended for EPDM RUBBER OR TPO ROOFING.

What's So Amazing?

  • Forms a Flexible layer of Protection

  • 100% acrylic resin

  • Super Bright White

  • Helps Keep interior Cooler

  • Dry Film resists Mildew and algae

  • Easy to Apply

  • Soapy Water Clean Up

  • Technical Specifications

    10.2 lbs.

    by Joe – May 11, 2016
    Very old Bethany camper. Old roof used what looks like a rubberized cloth that failed while it was in open, long term storage. Thanks!
    You can use SKU#21208 on wood substrates.
    by Camping World – May 12, 2016
    by Andy – August 10, 2015
    At this time we only offer the Gallon sized container. However, Dicor does offer a quart size container as part# RP-FRC-Q
    by Camping World – August 11, 2015
    by Eezja – July 03, 2015
    I have a Circle J horse trailer with a fiberglass roof. It is a 2006 and I don't think it has ever had any coating put on it. The fiberglass looks dull and has some tiny cracks beginning - no leaks, just tiny little surface cracks. I want to know if the Fiberglass RV Roof Coating is what I should put on it? Is there anything that I should do to the roof first? I have read about removing oxidation, for instance.
    If your roof is all fiberglass, yes this is the right product. This coating will resurface your roof and provide a protective coating while also reflect sunlight lowering the interior temperature of the trailer. Keep in mind that this is not a repair product, this coating may assist in preserving your roof, it does not repair any cracks/leaks. At best this product may help keep the cracks from spreading faster since it is resin based.

    Dicor recommends their Fiberglass Clean & Prep product RP-FCP-1. Detailed washing does have to be performed first, and the surface prepped with steel wool or sandpaper to create a slightly abraded surface for the coating to adhere to.
    by Camping World – November 03, 2015

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