For anyone that hasn't heard of it, GacoRoof is - by far - the best roof sealer.
Developed in Seattle, it's 100% silicon!
This comes highly recommended by many RV'ers.
I used it on the roof seams of my 33 yr old Winnebago and it works great!
Be warned - it's NOT cheap - can run between $60-80 for a gallon can but worth every penny.....
well, that's my two bits..........
~Robert the Hair
I am happy with the job he did... I thought about the cool coat because I am in Kansas and generally camp in hot places, many times boondocking with my hubby and we go to Powered Parachute 'fly ins' where we camp on or next to runways at small airports in full sun.. Wondered how much difference it would make.
great martha. let us know how it works this summer and do post some photos of the powered parachutes. Sounds like a blast!
This is how we camp sometimes during fly ins...
Sold on eternabond also, did all the seams. Awesome stuff.
I have a 1970 Noman Camper 19' 6", it has a double skin top (why I do not know) but it does. it is a galvanizes top, paint at one time. I am restoring the camper, removed everything going throw the top and repaired the opening with new galvanize metal. It only had one leak and it has near the first. I Have sealed all the steams and screw heads, have had some real hard rain and no leaks. I insulated the top and installed the new ceiling. What product is best to use on a galvanize roof? Do I paint it first with an oil base paint and then use a sealer and would it bonded better if I used a cloth fabric before a plying.
I can offer good RV Roof Coating that I used when I had problems with roof. I thought to repair it or even change it at all but I was advised to use this one. And it's good now.