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Old 04-15-2017, 03:52 PM   #1
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Rhino liner for RV roof

Thinking about putting Rhino liner on my roof. Has anyone tried or know someone that put Rhino liner on there roof and how did it come out?
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Old 04-15-2017, 04:21 PM   #2
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Thinking about putting Rhino liner on my roof. Has anyone tried or know someone that put Rhino liner on there roof and how did it come out?
Have a friend that put it on the roof of his pop-up. Only been a year, but working alright.

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One of the guys at my work contacted a local store about doing his Dutchman they quoted a price of 3-3500 to do the whole thing.

The price difference is defendant on whether they will need to strip off the rubber roof or not.

As I understand it some stores do not offer the life time warranty but will stand behind their work(local store said it) so I would ask your provider where they stand.
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How much weight would that add to your roof?
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bsmall in the wildcat fifth wheel area in this forum has put a different company type roof coating but simular to the rhino coat I think. He likes it alot.. go read about it there...
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Thinking about putting Rhino liner on my roof. Has anyone tried or know someone that put Rhino liner on there roof and how did it come out?
Would probably last forever, but should you have to replace anything on the roof, it would be a bear! That stuff hardens like a rock! If you ever had to replace a roof vent, sky-light, AC unit etc., it would have to be removed with a grinder. It surely won't come off with a putty knife.
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Old 04-16-2017, 12:58 PM   #7
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I put down 3 coats of White Knight on the roof of my old Class A. It was a 1/4" thick after I was finished. No leaks and looks great. Took one day to apply the 3 coats and the cost was about $150 for 3 gallons. Added weight was the weight of 3 gallons.
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Old 04-16-2017, 03:16 PM   #8
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Roof coat

Here's a company I viewed a wile back that looks like an interesting process.

RVRoof | Home of the original sprayed RV Roof
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Works great when layed down correctly.
My neighbor even did his front and rear caps.
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I have used a product called GACO Roof. It is 100% Silicone, very white, and remains flexible. I have put it on two RVs as well as my flat-roof house in south Texas. Shows no deterioration after three years. They also offer a very sticky joint tape. Check it out:
https://gaco.com/product-details/gac...-roof-coating/
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