After reading past threads and one just this morning, I have a question for those that have used this product. If you cover the vinyl screw cover along the front and rear roof edge along with the side trim with the gutter would it not make it extremely expensive if your roof had to be replaced? I understand rips could be repaired with eternabond but major damage such as that caused by vultures, raccoons, big branches that rip and tear might need a roof replacement with no access to the screws needed to place a new roof on the RV. I understand the Dicor would need to be removed but it seems like a lot more labor would be needed if the Eternabond is used. Has anyone had this happen? I have had to replace the black vinyl insert on slides and roof edge due to UV damage and cracking due to pour UV resistance of the insert.
Charlie & Cindy
2017 Wildcat 32 WB