Kellie this was our 1984 trailer with a steel sheet roof, badly warn, old paint, old silicon, now sand blasted clean and 1 fresh rubber coating!
I did the rubber roofing project on my horse trailer this weekend, very happy with the results, The product is a lot thicker than I imaged but that is what I needed, a good thick product to cover well.
Definitely only needed one coat! Very happy with the results, attached are 2 pictures. (I believe you have the before pictures.) Also attached are pictures of my trailer finished on the outside you can use for you next broshure to get those horse people buying the product :)
I have "mis-placed" my receipt for a recent purchase of RV Roof Repair. Would you please email a copy to me.
BTW-Great Product! it went on well and the first rain storm, it proved its worth.
Thank you for your time
Just wanted to send some "before and after" photos....I am extremely pleased with the liquid rubber. Great product so far.
Appreciate the consideration for the gift card.
Hi EPDM Coatings!!
We had an opportunity to apply your Liquid Butyl Rubber product on the metal roof of our RV this weekend. I am very happy with the ease of application and the final smooth look of the roof once the self leveling and curing process began. When I first started applying the Liquid Butyl Rubber product ,being this was the first time I have used it, I was a bit concerned about running out of product and may have applied it a little too thinly .But as I used it more, I got used to how the product felt as it went on etc,
Just making good on my promise you said we would get a $25.00 AMEX gift certificate if we write something about the product. Well I would have done it for free but thanks for the $25.00. So for the past 7 months we kept seeing our waterline go down. We went to two pond shops and tried the crap they had there and nothing worked. Skeptical at this point your sales people really did not try to sell be but rather tell me about the product and why it would work. I really never knew there was a liquid version of the EPDM pond liners. Well it has been about three weeks and the level for the first time is holding. I wanted to make sure before I wrote this but in the past we knew within a few days that the other products did not work.
Too bad I did not know about this 7 months ago I could have saves about $150.00 on the snake oil products out there
I am sorry I am reaching out to you so late after using your product! I never did take any good footage of applying the EPDM liner due to a rushed job but have told many other companies about the product and will stand behind it one hundred percent. It worked great for our application and was easy to use. Once again I am sorry for not getting any footage but I hope to continue to use your product in the future.
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Mystic Aquarium and Institute For Exploration
I'm just writting to say Thank you, I've receive th material on Sept the 2nd and I was very please with the product,. It arrived intact and I've started to apply it on my 5th wheeler roof. It is a thick paint but the coverage is amazing, I am very satisfied with the results.
I would like to thank the gentlemen who help me with my order, I can't remember is name but he was very helpful. I understand that delivery to Victoria,BC Canada was not the easiest thing but it when through, I am very ecstatic that it did.
Your product do not required a primer and it is less toxic then the products made available to me, I will recommend your product to a lot of people. If you send me your business card, I can post it here at Fort Victoria RV Park.
Hope you business prosper, my best regards,
Isabelle B. (Canada)
I put on the rest of the liquid butyl rubber and it turned out really well. I am very pleased with how it turned out-should have no worries about any roof leaks in the for seeable future. I think your product is amazing. I will not let a poor conditioned roof on an RV keep me from buying it, as I know of an easy solution, that I can do.
Brett D. (Cumberland, MD)
This is my first RV. I have never coated an RV roof before, and having a shop do it seemed too expensive. Your product is not cheap, but I put a gallon on the edges and cut in the roof vents last weekend, so I got another 4 gallons today to do the rest this weekend. It has not been hard, I am hoping the longevity of the product will produce as advertised. I have told some of my RV friends about it and now they seem interested when they go to seal their roofs. Your videos on your sight really helped me decide, along with your responses to my email questions. One coat vs a primer and top coat was also attractive.
Brett D. (Cumberland, MD)
Hi Kellie! Thanks for your quick response to my questions. Yes, please feel free to use my comments on your website. We will let you know next year how the Liquid Butyl Rubber has held up to our -40 degree temperature Canadian winter! So far its done its job and has sealed up the pinholes in the RV metal roof and the inside is as dry as Sahara sand storm !! No more water leaks! We had an opportunity to apply your Liquid Butyl Rubber product on the metal roof of our RV this weekend. I am very happy with the ease of application and the final smooth look of the roof once the self leveling and curing process began. When I first started applying the Liquid Butyl Rubber product, being this was the first time I have used it, I was a bit concerned about running out of product and may have applied it a little too thinly. But as I used it more, I got used to how the product felt as it went on etc, and started to be more liberal in its application. These sections of roof look smooth and even. Where I may have been a little stingy in the amount of product I used looks not as smooth as the other areas. So, my question is: -can I apply a second coat of Liquid Butyl Rubber to this area to get it to match the smoothness of the other areas?? If it is possible to do it, what prep work and steps do I need to take?? We do have about a gallon of product left over from the large pail we ordered. We put this remainder in our deep freeze to stop the curing process. Was this an OK thing to do and should the product still be OK to use?