Dicor Ready-to-Use Rubber Roof Cleaner, Gallon

Catalog Item # 32181

Ready-to-use formula is tough on dirt and grime yet gentle on rubber roof surface.

Safe for regular use on all RV roofs and exteriors.

Directions: Spray-on wet roof, scrub with soft to medium bristle brush and rinse off. Allow roof to dry and follow with Dicor Roof-Gard Rubber Roof Protectant.

Technical Specifications

8.6 lbs.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 11 reviews (5 Based on 11 Reviews)

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Maintaning your rubber roof

by Brooker Smith – August 21, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

I have been rving for now over 25 yrs, and all of my trailers 18+yrs (not pop-ups) have had a rubber roof, and I have always cle

Good Cleaner

by Derrick Ploutz – September 14, 2011
5 out of 5 stars

I bought a used camper and it was appearant that the roof wasn't cleaned for a long time. The product completely changed the ap

Very Effective Rubber Roof Cleaner

by JAL – June 02, 2009
5 out of 5 stars

I use this Dicor cleaner on my travel trailer's rubber roof a couple of times per year followed immediately with Dicor's compani

Dicor Ready to Use Cleaner

by Roger Stone – January 21, 2012
5 out of 5 stars

Have used this product in the past and it works very well for lifting dirt and removing it froim rubber roofs. Suggest using plent

Roof Cleaner

by Bob / Idaho – May 12, 2012
3 out of 5 stars

I was not impressed I have used other brands that worked much better. I thought I would try Dicor as they make rubber roofs and

by Jim – August 26, 2015
My trailer has a black layer on it I assume it to be mold. I have just purchased the unit and began to clean the roof. I have pressure washed , used mean green, a mildew cleaner with clorax, and tested a spot with dicor part one cleaner. still I have the black roof and I want to put the dicor 2 part coating system on my roof, Must all the black be removed or can I follow step one, if it needs to be removed what should I use and not affect my coating process???
Some stains will simply not come out completely after cleaning especially on an older roof membrane. You have thoroughly cleaned the surface according to your description, at this point there is not much more you can do. It is coloration and will not degrade the membrane. If it is really bothersome to the eye, you can use a product called Liquid Roof to touch up the affected area.
by Camping World – August 26, 2015
by Anonymous – August 17, 2015
32oz. of this cleaner is designed to cover approximately 30ft. so a 1 gallon container can potentially cover 120ft.
by Camping World – August 17, 2015
by larry – May 21, 2015
Yes, this is safe on a TPO roof.
by Camping World – October 02, 2015

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