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When ordering my RV Roof I ordered the '10 Year Warranty' which increased the amount of material to be applied from 1 gallon per 42 square feet to 1 gallon per 30 square feet. I believe I did a pretty good job of spreading the materially evenly although I am sure there is some variation. The roof was cleaned and dry before application.

At this time the 6 inches at the back of the roof (extending for most of the width) has very noticeable wrinkles and there are many 50 cent piece size bubbles over the roof.

I am concerned that these have not yet gone away even though the roof has had several days to cure. I applied on Monday at 70 degrees. We have now had 4 days day of temperatures between 80 and 90 degrees and roughly 50% humidity (heavy dew in the a.m. which burns off by late morning). The temperature has been above 50 degrees for 60-70 hours over those days.

What can I expect? Do bubbles sometimes remain? If so what do you recommend to 'fix' it?
asked Sep 12, 2015 in Liquid Roof by anonymous

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Hi the bubbles are normal in fact we discuss that in some of our videos.  Depending on the thickness it may take up to 2-3 weeks for them to go down but that is actually one of the biggest benefits of the product the catalyst is forcing to the surface what would otherwise be trapped air creating a chemical bond between the liquid epdm and the roof substrate

Thank you
answered Sep 12, 2015 by admin
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