How to properly install and seal an RV roof vent using Dicor lap sealants. EPDM Lap Sealant creates a secure, secondary seal along the roof's edges, air vents, vent pipes and screw heads. Compatible with EPDM, TPO and DiFlex II roofing, it adheres firmly to aluminum, mortar, wood, vinyl, galvanized metal, fiberglass and concrete. Ideally suited for aftermarket use. Dicor Lap Sealants are color matched and are UV stabilized to prevent deterioration and discoloration. Plus, they will not stain or ...
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In the world of technology, 9 years is an eternity. After all those years of reliable service, the time had finally come to move on from our DataStorm internet satellite dish to a MiFi device.
EVERY RVer should have a tube of Dicor self-leveling lap sealant in their toolbox! You can find it here: http://tinyurl.com/dicor-sealant
Just about everything attached to the roof of an RV is a potential entry point for water. The TV antenna, vent fans, satellite dish, plumbing vents, solar panel mounts or anything else screwed into, or transitioning through the roof to the interior are places that invite leaks.
The main line of defense against water damage is vigilanc...
A clean RV exterior starts with a clean RV roof. Keep your RV roof clean and you'll help keep your RV looking great year after year. Algae, moss and tree pollen build up over the winter and spring can turn a clean white RV roof into a nasty mess. This is really a problem if you have solar panels on your RV. In this video I show you the easiest way I know to make your roof sparkle again.
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It's easier to install an air conditioning unit where there already was one, but what about when you'd like to add one where there isn't already a hole in the roof. Learn how to cut a hole in your RV roof to install an AC unit, vent or sky light.
Along with posting questions, answers and partaking on the RV living community at http://www.pippenings.com you can now read and comment on my personal blog which will features posts and topics ranging from RV DIY renovations to RV living t...
http://RVrepairSeeGrins.com Learn how to remove and replace caulking and sealant on your RV, Motor Home or Trailer roof. All you need is a heat gun and self leveling all weather roof sealant and caulking gun. Courtesy of See Grins RV Service & Repair Center in Gilroy, CA.
In this video I show how I clean my RV rubber roof with Canco Rubber Roof Cleaner. Keeping your RV roof is very clean important. You want your rv roof to last for years and it all starts with keeping it clean.
http://www.RVdoctor.com The RV Doctor Gary Bunzer shows how to seal an RV roof leak using EternaBond tape. It's available in many sizes at Amazon.com: http://www.amazon.com/s/?_encoding=UTF8&camp=1789&creative=390957&field-keywords=eternabond%20tape&linkCode=ur2&sprefix=eternabond%20tape%2Caps%2C266&tag=rvtravel04-20
Video courtesy of EPDM Coatings. This video from one of their customer shows you the proper application of Liquid Roof on an RV Roof. This is a liquid EPDM rubber. It is a one coat application and does not need a primer. Full 5 year warranty. Call 610-298-1989 to order or visits www.epdmcoatings.com. When ordering on line enter promo code "SUNNY" and get $5.00 off your order through august
You can find our vent cover on Amazon.com.
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Both of our Fantastic vent fans are equipped with rain sensors, but there are lots of times that we want the fan open and running even if it's raining out. The solution is to install vent fan covers. Our favorite is the Camco Aero-Flo (no, they did not pay us to promote it!), which has lots of venting for high air flow, plus allows easy swing-open access for cleaning.
How to fix a leaking roof on a $50 deer camp trailer. I'll take you step by step through the process of removing an old failed patch and replace it with a new leak proof patch that anyone can do. You may not wish to do this with your $100K luxury motor home, but this $20 repair is just the ticket for that old leaky trailer!
Join us with our guest co-hosts, Peter & John of www.TheRVGeeks.com - full time RVers for over 12 years, and hosts of YouTube's top DIY RV channel.
In this video, we continue from their video about installing their WiFiRanger Elite Package on their motorhome. We strongly recommend watching their video as well at:
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We talk about considerations for the location of your antenna - from ...
RV Detailing tips that shows how to simplify your roof cleaning efforts. Out on location, Darren shows yet another use for one of his professional detailing products in cleaning the algae off the roof of this 5th wheel RV. The SUper-Degreaser, along with some "elbow grease" and the right cleaning pads, and you can scrub your RV roof clean....well, mostly clean.
Having thought that the motorhome was now watertight, I was surprised to find it leaking when I got in it last week while it was raining. In this video I show you how I sealed it up and what I used to remove the old sealant. The video only shows me sealing up a skylight but I also sealed up the passenger side, the front roof strip, and the edges where the sides meet the roof. I still have the ladder mounting points and roof rack mounts to reseal but currently there is no more water ingress! I ho...
The roof of this motorhome needed to be repainted with a special rubberized paint. We used Dicor CoolCoat and the cleaner/activator that is necessary to make the paint adhere properly to the rubber sheet. Here are some tips, tricks and advice for the "Do It Yourselfer" on how to make this project easier.