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RvRoofMagic will dry at temps above 50 degrees. It can actually go below freezing at night after application but will not continue to dry until it gets above 50 again during the day. This makes it one of the best versatile products for the RV community!

 

Customer Testimonials

We ordered three gallons of EPDM coating back at the start of fall to apply on our camper roof. Here's some before/during/after photos we took. My nephew did most of the work.. We scrubbed it down with your roof protect which is fantastic we have tried other cleaners but when we scrubbed it down with your cleaner, we were shocked at the amount of dirt that was on the roof. Love the product we have coated it with other coatings over the last 12 years but nothing that had these results.

Thanks!! Aaron Y
Houston TX

I promised the company I would send in some comments after we have had a chance to use their product. Well after 5 years of using this product, we feel very confident talking about it. We have been in the rv repair business for the last 17 years and have tried all the elastomerics, acrylics silicone's and everything else. First, I will review my experience with these products and then discuss the rv roof magic. The problem with most of these rv coatings is that they require primers depending on the manufacture and the roof type and most require two coats to get any warranty. Then after about 4-5 years they start to crack. Customers call us and tell us it is our fault, and we go back and forth with the blame game. Many are not compatible with certain roof types like TPO or Alpha rubber which is made by Fleetwood. Customers come to us expecting us to put the cheapest product on their roof. Fine we will do it but would never give them a warranty. Now we simply don’t take that business its just not worth the small difference in price to get a nasty customer coming back blaming the labor when it was a failure in the product.

So now for the rv roof magic. Skeptical to say the least when our company started using it but after a year we were sold. Fantastic customer service first of all which is really hard to find these days! They actually return calls. Then the fact that the product does not need a primer and only needs one coat allows us to close more business with their product. Hey, we are all for making more money! The other products that required primers and multiple coats end up costing the customer much more money Now there are additional labor costs to apply the primer and multiple coats. It would have been cheaper with the Rv roof magic from the get-go. The main reason we have committed to rvroofmagic is the simple fact that in the past five years we have never had someone call us with an issue with the product. We can’t say that about any other product we have put on a roof. If you want to put down a cheaper product and have to worry about doing it all over again in a few years by all means. We have had plenty of customers who went down that road. But if you want to be done with leaks and have a very aesthetically pleasing roof then rv roof magic is the ticket. I still owe these folks a video so once we get a good candidate in our shop we will record one and sent it out so you can post it on your site with the others.

Ben Stein
Rv Sales & Service
Co-Owner

I wish I would have found this product 5 years ago. I could've saved a lot of damage on my camper. Since I treated the roof I no longer sleep in a water bed😥. Also, before I found Roof Magic I had a local camper repair man that I paid $350 and all he did was to use 3 tubes of some caulking and told me I soon need a new roof $3000? 😥 Now for the first time no leaks. I have tried a bunch of products that shopLiquidRubber stuff and dicor and it never lasted more than a couple years AND I still had a leak. We have already told several people in our park who will be ordering soon from you guys. Great customer services also.

Marvin S
Ft Myers, FL

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AFTER
Would like to thank Mike for sending his project pictures. Mike has an existing EPDM roof that needed some TLC! He first washed the roof with our RoofProtect which has a built in mildewcide to kill any living mold spores on the surface prior to the application of the RvRoofMagic.
He then caulked all the seams and vents and AC’s with our Butyl MS caulk. You want to apply the caulk first that way once the RvRoofMagic is applied the caulk it encapsulated, and you won’t have to worry about caulk being exposed to UV and ozone. He used a total of two gallons for the project.

Mike B
Columbus MS

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AFTER
I am impressed with the product and the way it bonded to my VERY neglected roof. It was so black and “chalky” in areas that I didn’t think any coating could possibly stick. It has stuck and bonded really well. Looks like a brand new roof. I have to say I am proud of the job at this point.

Thank you RV Roof Magic!
Hello all,
I coated my 30' RV Sunday. Everything went great! I was a little apprehensive going into it but within 5 minutes was feeling good about it.
I prepped it the day before. I purchased a total of 5 gallons. I probably could have only used the 4 gallon pails but I wanted to coat it a little heavier around an area that ponds water. Have a little left and will use it for any future touchups We were having good weather. The product skinned over in about 3 hours and it really looks great. Cannot be more pleased with the results. Used the Roof Protect cleaner you have on our site and it was fantastic it eat up all the dirt that was there for years. It took about 2 hours to coat the roof. Great product! Sincerely a new and long-term customer.

Ron
PS. I'll let you guess which is the before picture 🤔
So, we just ordered another 5 gallons to do our uncles unit. But here are some pictures we took before and now three years later. It looks just like the day we applied it. Not sure what is your super-duper solvent, but this is the best rv coating I have ever seen, and I have had many discussions about your product and others in the campgrounds over the last two years. Anyway, we will be doing a video and will send once it is done.

Michael H
Colorado Springs CO
A few pictures of a couple women after completing the rv roof with Epdm roof coating. We started at 8:30 in the morning with the roof protect cleaner and next day same time and finished at 3:30. Turned out really well. Sorry I don’t have any before pictures, but we are extremely happy the way it turned out. 28 ft. Keystone Cougar with one slide out. We did the top of the slide also.

Rhonda M
Naples Fl.
Received your products last Saturday. I cleaned with your product and performed exceedingly well. Put down the flash coat after. (that was the hardest of any of it, brushed on.) Sunday did the coating with 3/8th inch nap roller. Absolutely the whole process was seamless!!! Loved the fact that it did not require a primer and only needed one coat. Have to tell you, when we were looking on the internet your product looked to be the best and now after we applied it we are confident we made the right decision. You guy actually picked up the phone WOW a company that answers their phones. Thanks to Lenny for his help. I can't wait to see how it holds up this winter,with the cold,snow,& ice.. Will let you know thanks again!

Karl W.
Albany NY
I recently finished recoating the EPDM roof on our 2000 Alpenlite 5th wheel, using RVRoofMagic and the Repair Kit for sealing around all the edges, vents and fasteners. I removed three solar panels, three vent covers and the AC cover before washing the entire roof with the cleaner/degreaser from Roof Magic. I then masked around the entire perimeter of the trailer and hung plastic sheeting to prevent any splatters of the roof coating from getting on the windows or siding of the trailer. Next, I cut in around all the openings and the edges before applying the thin flash coat. I repeated this procedure two more times for the two final coats to achieve the desired film thickness of 20 mil. The Trailer roof is 8’ x 28’ = 224 sq. ft. minus 35 sq. ft. for the vents, skylight, AC and Satellite Dish, so my total area to cover was 189 sq. ft. I used approximately 4 gallons of RV Roof Magic for a coverage of 50 sq. ft. per gallon. I used a 3/8” nap roller and applied it as thick as possible on the second and third coats.

Best and Happy RVing
Dennis Complin