Scaffolding would have been a wonderful thing to have. I got some leftover glue from one of the local RV repair shops. It was about half a gallon they had left over and I bought it for 20 bucks. I was going to buy a gallon for $75, but this was cheaper.
I got the roof rubber all laid back down and got the trim back on. I bent some of the trim taking it off, but it wasn't too bad so I just put it back on. Today it was about 60 degrees so I installed new vent covers for the holding tanks. I also scraped the old sealant off the bathroom vent and used Dicor self leveling sealant on the vent and the holding tank vents.
My next order of business is to scrub the heck out of the roof. Like I said before, I don't think the PO did much maintenance on the roof. It is very dirty and has things growing on it in places. I scrubbed a little of the front section and it looks 100 times better. I was using Meguirs car wash detergent and a big scrub brush.
As the weather permits I am going to scrape the sealant off of the rest of the fixtures and apply new sealant. I am also going to do all of the windows and other compartments that have sealant.
-What is best for washing the roof? What will bring back the white without damaging rubber roof?
-I was using Dicor self leveling sealant on the roof. I am assuming that there is a Dicor that will not self level that I can use on the side windows. THis will probably be answered by the guys at the RV shop, but I thought I would throw it out here for now.
It got fairly dark tonight, but I will take more pics when I can so you can see the finished product.
Thanks for ridin along with me on this journey