Chose the white product, as can be shown in the following pictures. Putting it on is a fairly straight forward process. The white is very nice for RV's as it helps to reflect the heat from the sun!
|Gallon + accelerator + gloves|
One last quick shot of everything which used prior to starting the process. This is where can see paintbrush, Grizzly Grip, gloves, drill, and paint mixer. All of the tools which used (minus blue tape) in the process. The most important thing to be aware of is the prep work, as outlined in my prior post. That is where all of this either works or doesn't work in the long run.
|Mixed and ready|
|First corner done|
|Closeup of front seam|
|Coating around ladder|
As the roof dried, there are some spots, particularly in the rear, where can see through to the original roof, but this is only because was stretching the coverage. When second coat is put on will make sure use all three of the remaining gallons and put on a thicker coat.
Another thing which surprised me is when did the steep sides. When brushed it on there was no running at all, like would expect from typical paint. It simply clung there and waited to dry.
One last thing of note is that didn't remove the air conditioners. Stuffed the brush underneath far as I could, but have faith that not much water will get underneath except for splatters on the roof. Hopefully this won't cause me angst in the future.