Dicor White Rubber Roof Acrylic Coating, Gallon
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Dicor White Rubber Roof Acrylic Coating, Gallon

Dicor Rubber Roof Coating System is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 23.
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Item No. 32151
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Rubber roof cleaner/activator improves bonding of acrylic coating to new or weathered rubber roof surfaces. The EPDM Roof Cleaner/Activator is the first part of a two-part, commercial-grade system that combines the cleaner/activator with an acrylic coating. The cleaner/activator prepares the roof while the acrylic coating provides an excellent, long-lasting protective barrier. The two together form a "lock and key" effect to bond the coating tightly to the old roofing. Note: Made specifically for your RV EPDM rubber roof, the conveniently packaged cleaner/activator is ready to use and easy to apply. It is recommended that this product not be used with other acrylic coatings since without the "lock and key" effect, adhesion will not be improved.

Features:
• Extends the life of your EPDM rubber roof
• Saves more than 25 percent in labor compared to competing products
• Has a 1 quart to 125 square feet coverage rate
• Dries quickly
• Contains no harmful petroleum distillates, harsh abrasives, or citric ingredients that can cause harm
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  • Improves bonding of acrylic coating to rubber roof
  • Acrylic coating provides excellent protection
  • Formula dries quickly
  • Contains no harmful ingredients
  • Unit Weight 12.60 lb
    Brand Dicor
    MFG Part No. RPCRC1
    Dicor Rubber Roof Coating System is rated 4.9 out of 5 by 23.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked great 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!
    Date published: 2012-05-30
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from WELL SATISIED 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
    Date published: 2012-11-21
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from So far, so good I purchased the product a couple of months ago and waited for the weather to warm up so I could remove the cover from my camper. I applied the coating last week. It went on very well and looks great. My camper roof is about 10 years old and looked really awful due to being parked under trees in a campground for six months a year. I cleaned it every fall, but it was slowly getting very bad. Like most others who reviewed this product, the job took two gallons of coating instead of the recommended four. I am very pleased with the results. Now just have to wait and see how it holds up over the long term.
    Date published: 2016-04-04
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great stuff, goes on easy, seems to work well. 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.
    Date published: 2012-06-24
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Rubber Roof Coating 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).
    Date published: 2012-02-22
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Goes On Smooth 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.
    Date published: 2014-08-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Dicor Acrylic Coating The acrylic coating worked great! I used 3 quarts of the coating primer cleaner and 2 gallons of the Acrylic coating. The only problem is I ordered 4 gallons for my 32' camper which is too much! That is what it was calling for by Dicor for a 30' camper! The plastic gave me the most problems! Keeping it taped on the top was a real headache! Not sure what the solution to the plastic staying taped but should I even try this again I will use duct tape next time. Not sure what to do with 2 gallons of acrylic coating? Does anyone have any suggestions on plastic staying taped?
    Date published: 2014-10-10
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Roof looks like new 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.
    Date published: 2012-05-19
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    After coating the roof what cleaner can i use to clean when the roof gets drity

    Asked by: Bryan
    Dicor recommends the use of SKU#34837(spray bottle)/SKU#32181(1 gal. refill) for cleaning, and following up with a protectant like SKU#34838(spray bottle)/SKU#32182(1 gal. refill). Other brands can be used as long as they are rubber roof safe.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    Does this seal the roof if you have leaks in the roof?

    Asked by: Anonymous
    No, this coating does not repair any pinholes or tears in the membrane or substitute for a lap sealant/chalk for seams along the roof or rooftop accessories.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    Can this be used on a aluminum pop up roof?

    Asked by: Mick Dupo Il
    No, you should look for Dicor's "Elastomeric Metal RV Roof Coating" or use <a href=https://www.campingworld.com/proflex-brushable-sealant>SKU#21208</a>.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    Why must complete in one day?

    How long to recoat?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    There is a limited window in which the primer is chemically active with the rubber membrane. Additionally, you want the surface to be free as possible of contaminants. After application of the cleaner/primer, the roof is rinsed with water. Dry time will depend on the environment and if a blower is used to speed it up. The Acrylic coating will dry in approximately 6 hours.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    I have a EPDM roof the top white layer has come off its down to the black under layment will the coating still work

    Asked by: bill
    If the EPDM membrane is in good physical condition, yes this acrylic coating can still be applied and will make the surface white again.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    How long before rain does the product need to be applied?

    Going to be tough to get a guaranteed rain free day. Is all lost if the weatherman fails me?
    Asked by: Dougm
    The acrylic coating will dry in approximately 6 hours. Depending on how dry the coating is when it rains, it may either be washed away completely or partially.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    will the cleaner activator harm the sides of my trailer if some drain down it? or will rinsing with water be ok?

    Asked by: RV guy
    Yes, the primer/cleaner(#32150) can cause damage to finish and decals on the side of an RV. Plastic sheeting is recommended to be secured on the sidewalls and front/back for protection. If primer/cleaner contacts a surface other than a rubber membrane it should be rinsed immediately.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08

    Wait time after lap sealant

    I touched up around some vents on my roof with Dicor lap sealant and want to get on with the coating. Is it absolutely necessary to wait two weeks between sealing and coating?
    Asked by: Anonymous
    Dicor lap sealants are waterproof after 4 hours, cure 80% in 48 hours, and 100% cure in 30 days. If on a timeline, try to get around 80% cure on the lap sealant before recoating the roof with the Dicor primer/cleaner and acrylic coating.
    Answered by: cw_staff
    Date published: 2019-03-08
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