RV Painting / reconditioning - For Canadians

Discussion in 'Roof/Floor Repair & Maintenance' started by nexus, Feb 1, 2013.

  1. nexus

    nexus New Member

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    Canadians.......this is just an FYI........... I am sharing this info to save you the bulls#it I went through.

    After some very heavy and long research into painting and reconditioning the campers at a reasonable cost that looks great......here is (tested) the best solution.........

    RV places want 106.00 a gallon, Canadian Tire wants 18.00 a quart...............rip off!!!

    Our proud Home Hardware has this and it is super fantastic........waterproofing, great sealer, can take a beating......

    and............can be used on roof and sidewalls for a great new clean look.

    Happy Camping!

    http://www.homehardware.ca/en/rec/index.htm/Paint-D%C3%A9cor/Maintenance/Caulk-Coatings-Seals/Sealants/Elastomeric/3-78L-Elastomeric-White-RV-Roof-Coating/_/N-ntlo6/R-I2035559
     
  2. camper2009

    camper2009 New Member

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    thanks for the heads up.. don't need it but now I know where to go if/when I might...
    Love Home Hardware stores, in fact we are getting a new one about 2 km away. opening in the spring.. nearest was some 25 kms away before..

    G
     
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    I just bought a 2010 Rockwood 2317g and it has been on the open weather for quite sometime.

    I like to take care of my things, so should I apply something like this during this summer or it's too new for that?

    Thanks!
     
  5. nexus

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    Terrabrazillis - never too new to protect if you ask me.
     

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