The roofs on campers, trailers and other RV’s are often the first things to go. Moon roofs, vents and a large sheet metal surface that’s constantly exposed to the elements can add up to costly annual repairs.
Rhino Eco-Coat® protective coating quickly and easily rejuvenates aged recreational vehicle and trailer roofs. It costs significantly less than replacing a rubber or vehicle roof every few years. Rhino Eco-Coat protective coating contains UV stabilizers that reflect the sun, resulting in a cabin that’s 10 to 20-degrees cooler on hot summer days. Rhino’s leafing aluminum pigment forms a long-term barrier against water intrusion. Our product demonstrations have generated great interest in the RV and insurance industries and are quickly becoming an effective way to educate and introduce RV service businesses, insurance companies and consumers to a cost-effective and long-lasting roof repair and restoration solution.
How it works:
In the production process, the existing and failing rubber roof of the vehicle is stripped down to the existing plywood roof. At this point any seams and large gaps are filled, while any previous adhesives on the wood are removed and sanded down. After all of the wood is sanded, the entire area is primed with Rhino 161 primer and then sprayed with Rhino Eco-Coat® at varied thicknesses from 1/16 to 1/8 inch depending on the area. This is a great product for all roofs, including fiberglass roofs.
Buy it, Rhino it, Enjoy it! Don’t let maintenance get in the way of your RV experience!
One spray is guaranteed for 30 years!!
Benefits to Customer:
Unlike sheet roofing materials, Rhino Eco-Coat protective coating is not easily damaged