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Hello friends, I try to get on my roof fairly regularly to check out how things are & clean & apply roof protectant. However, after this summer I saw something I had never seen on my roof before. I'm guessing that my roof is of the "rubber" variety. It's about 16 years old & is white. It seems to be scaling & flaking off in some places revealing a blueish - black material underneath. I don't believe it's leaking. I'm attaching a photo of this. What do I need to do to repair, prevent & protect my roof? Thanks in advance, Loxley
What do others use to help protect their shore plug on the road when not in use? Mine is an exterior plug with spring flip down door as opposed to being in an internal bay. Wintering in the SW it's easy to go for months without having to "plug in", but once moving North again it seems like it's always a chore to clean out all the road grease/grit, dirt/sand & oxidation out of my plug before I can use it again. Are there any quick 'n' easy tips to keeping it clean.. or at least make for an easier clean-out? In the past I've tried dielectric grease, but that just gunks things up even worse and really makes a mess cleaning it out. Generally I just end up flushing it and going at it with de-ox and a brush, but every time I have to do it I can't help but think, "there's gotta be an easier way."