Learn how to recaulk your RV & stay high and dry…!!!

Bridgeport, Connecticut-November 12th, 2019 As an RV owner you probably care for the roof coating than caulking. But that’s the biggest mistake RV owners make because RV caulking is as important as roof coating. RV roof caulking e.g. (Rubex MS) helps to seal-off the areas around AC vents and skylights and other openings and provides a base for roof coating by complementing it.

“How do RVers prevent water damage? By performing regular check-ups and Recaulking as needed”.

RV caulking is usually comes in tubes and applied by using a pumping gun or a power gun. How much tubes you need depends upon the size of your RV and its needs. It is recommended to do recaulking after every six months.  Just make sure to check your seals often and replace the caulk when it needs replacing.

Choose a caulk that is compatible to use on with the material your RV is made out of. If you have a rubber roof, do not use caulk meant for fiberglass roofs, as it will damage your roof. Also, remember that self-leveling caulk will spread out as it cures, so this is not appropriate for slopped surfaces.

Boilerplate:

RV Roof Magic is specially formulated coating for RV’s Trailers and Mobile homes. It’s a highly flexible Aliphatic with a 77% volume solids and tensile strength 600 PSI. With over a 15-year history of success RV Roof Magic has helped thousands RV enthusiast get a new roof for a fraction of the cost of roof replacement.

Contact us:

Address: 930 Main Street, Bridgeport, CT  06604

Phone:   855-281-0907

Email:    info@rvroofmagic.com

Website: https://www.rvroofmagic.com/