Supposedly have to do this roughly every year, until replace it. More on replacing at a later point, just need to make sure no damage is done by the rain. Rain damage is not so welcome...
Step 1 - Gather Materials
|Ammonia/water, roof sealant (in caulk tube), caulk gun, rag, and roofing "tape"|
- Cleaner (windex/ammonia/water in my case)
- Scrubby thingie/rag
- Rubber roof tape
- Special caulk for edges
- Caulk gun
Step 2 - Clean area
Used a clean rag, and ammonia/water combination, to clean area prior to laying patching tape down
|Large spot by front AC Unit|
|Seam at front of roof just past windshield area|
|Small one on other side of front AC|
|Different view by front AC|
Step 3 - Apply Tape after area is dry
Step 4 - Apply Caulk
After applying "caulk" using the caulk gun, spread it around.
|Big spot on left side of Front AC|
|Small spot on right side of Front AC|
|Seam at front of RV Roof|
Final look after 24 hours.
|Front seam, looks ok still sticky|
|Large spot on left side of front AC|
|Small on right side of front AC|
Can't wait till I can get to the step on replacing the roof. That will be a great thing to do. Didn't get under the Air Conditioner so that will probably bite me a bit later but overall am quite happy with how it turned out. How the roof degrades is interesting a little to me, guess it's just like a regular house roof in that regards. Come on Wofati...