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two pictures are the before and then after using your product Liquid Rubber. Very pleased with the way it turned out! And also the shipping sure came quickly. Have a great and safe day!

Bob, Sally H.
Yuma AZ



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The epdm rubber roof was easy to work with. I am very pleased after having a leaky roof that will be good for many years to come. Roof had mold on it so we first killed the mold with Clorox and water and scrubbed I down and then cleaned the roof with Dawn dish detergent.
Attached are the before and after pictures.

Thanks
Rick M.



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Staff at EPDM Coatings,

My 29, RV had a couple leaks, at the front where the aluminum and rubber roof came together under a molding, and under the radio antenna. I purchased the 5 gallon bucket. I mixed as directed, then poured mixed product into another clean bucket, scraped it clean, and mixed a few more minutes. After preparation, I applied the liquid rubber around all edges and roof fixtures, I poured small amounts out of the bucket onto the roof and distributed with squeegee or roller as needed, until product was gone and the roof was well coated. I have no doubts that my leaks are eliminated. Excellent coverage. It will roll on easier than using a brush. We had 2" of rain the following day. My troubled area was dry as I knew it would be. The product seems expensive, but considering the cost of a replacement roof and the problems solved, it is well worth it and adds value to your roof. One of the pictures shows the trouble area at the front, which currently has a small pool of water. No leaks!

A few things to consider when using this product.

  • It tends to string when using a brush, squeegee, paint roller, or pouring from the bucket. This is only a concern if you have vehicles parked nearby on a breezy day. The breeze will catch the fine strings and carry them to adjacent surfaces.
  • Have a second back-up broom handle for your roller. I broke the tip off of the first one at the roller, and had to go find another.
  • Wear shoes that can be discarded afterward.
  • WD-40 works well to remove the rubber from skin when finished.
  • If you mask any area, be sure to leave a tab of tape sticking up for easy removal, and do so before rubber begins to skin over.

I am very pleased with the results, and will share my experience.

Thank you!

Kevin Fowler



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Hello, My name is Jeremy Berkheimer and I purchased the liquid roof coating earlier this spring. I am attaching the before and after photos of my 38 sandpiper roof. This coating was awesome. It took some real cleaning before hand and a I got a bit of extra exercise spreading it but the finished product seems well worth it. Thanks!



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Hi,

Please find attached before and after photos for my camper roof. I forgot to snap a pic of the before, so I had already started applying the Proflex primer when I took the picture. You can still see the condition of the roof though!

Also, the after pic was after the newly coated roof endured it's first rainfall.



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EPDM is amazing. My RV roof was a disaster. I have been battling leaks for a few years now and no other product would stop the leaks or even last more than a few months. Everything else would peel up after awhile. I used the EPDM with the primer. It rained a week later. Zero leaks! The product goes on easy and covers well. No cracks no bubbles. I am very satisfied and would recommend this product to anyone. The are so many products out there and skepticism runs high. Your company and the product did everything it said it would.

Fred D.
Peoria, AZ



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Just a great product, went on easy and looks great.
Just completed my 35 Bus, cut in the rap around sides and around the ACs and vents.
Spent the hardest time on cleaning and prep. If you are looking for a product to seal your RV stop looking !!!!

David R. D
Lincolnton GA



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Let me tell you this stuff if fantastic. I replaced my roof several years ago and white rubber was not available at the supply company, it was out of stock and I had to replace the rubber as I had ripped the old off. The black rubber made it miserable in here.
I did a lot of research looking for a good quality coating that would last and hold up to the elements. I found your product and was convinced, so I ordered and have now applied.
I did not take a full before picture but 1 as I was applying the product. Let me tell you a couple things:

  • If possible do not park under a tree
  • Do not apply if the wind is going to pick up
  • Wear old shoe or shoe covers and gloves

As you can see in the photos, the tree was dropping leaves and acorns. The roller was used for back rolling. the coating sure does show up all the imperfections in the roof. the photo with out all the leaves was taken immediately after completion. the one with leaves was taken after the roof was dry

Stephen L



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5000 sq ft concrete roof. Prep work consisted of power wash of roof and preparation of seams as see in before picture. Approximately 7 sets of ProFlex primer was used and 28 Pails of Liquid EPDM Rubber. Cost per sq ft approx. $1.66. Life expectancy is 18-20 before a recoat is needed.



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I am a happy customer. I just restored a 1986 horse trailer that had a lot of rust on the roof. After cutting out and replacing a lot of metal, I thought it would be good to put EPDM Liquid Roof on the roof to keep it from rusting in the future. After watching the video on your website, it seemed to be pretty straightforward to apply the material to the roof. My horse trailer has a rounded roof, and I was a bit worried about how I would apply it to the rounded corners without the material dripping or sagging. I received good assurance from your folks that I could do it. After I taped off the roof line from the rest of the trailer, I put on the large rubber gloves, and brushed on EDPM's primer on areas where I had done body work, or where there was old caulking in the seams. After letting it dry for a few hours - until tacky, but would not come off my finger, I mixed two gallons, and went to work. I simply poured out a small portion, then used my roller to level it out. . . This stuff is thick - so I patiently rolled it until it was even, then moved to the next spot on the roof and did it all over again. I was able to roll the excess Liquid Roof from the top over the rounded corners. I was careful to go over the rounded corners a few times so that I made sure it was thick enough. The finished product is terrific, and the texture looks great! I was so pleased with how easy this project was - just needed to plan the time to apply the primer, then wait for it to dry, then apply the Liquid Roof. I recommend this product to anyone who is serious about sealing off their roof once and for all.

Thanks,

Dwight H
Utah



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