In addition to a few other tasks on our new-to-us LY, need to do some roof work. Standard fiberglass, for this year, and a few others.
Went to Camping World, and their recommended stuff is Dicor for fiberglass roofs - which is a rubber coating...?
Why? It is indeed fiberglass. Having spend a lot of time on sailboats, painting was not an uncommon task. Monopoxy for cheap, quick and maybe 3-5 years, 2-part polyurethane for expensive more effort and 8-10 years - just don't breath the fumes...
Seems odd to apply a rubber based coat to fiberglass; then when it starts coming off, it's gonna be a bugger getting it ALL off.
Whereas paint is pretty easy - sand and paint again. Worst case is a walnut shell blaster to get rid of the old paint in the non-skid pattern. But is non-skid gelcoat REALLY necessary on a roof?
Odds are I am not going to be "up on deck" when it is raining and we are going down the road... And I would think the Dicor rubber would make the gelcoat non-skid pattern useless as well.