DuneElliot Posted January 6, 2017 Report Share Posted January 6, 2017 I am planning on doing a little preventative maintenance on the roof of my fifth wheel before I hit the road so that it is not something I have to worry about or fix down the road As per the recommendations of several here I will be using the Liquid Rubber White Liquid EPDM Roof Coating What I am running into are the reviews on Amazon. Some state that they barely had any coating left from a 5 gallon bucket on a 28ft trailer. Others state they had a gallon and a half left on a 30ft trailer (I realize this has to do with how thick people were putting it on). Others also mention how the last half of the bucket was almost unusable because the catalyst was working to fast and it was beginning to set already. My fifth wheel is 27-28ft long with one slide (does not have the EPDM covering). What have your experiences been with using the Liquid Rubber? Did it thicken too quickly? Was there enough? What was the ideal temperature for applying it? Should I go with the five gallon bucket? Or do you think that with my size of RV that I would be okay with 4 individual gallons that would be less likely to thicken too fast and give me some leeway on timing? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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