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American Coach uses Geocell 2300.

When you have future questions, it would help if you add the make/model/year of your coach in your signature. 

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I'm having RV Armor put on mine the 17th.  A lot of options out there, for every wallet.  I want to do it one time, finished with that.  

Would be a big help for you,  in the future, if we knew the make, model, year of your RV.

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1 hour ago, wayne77590 said:

Carl,
Who/what are you going to use. The ones that come to your home or one of the fixed locations. Reviews are mixed.

I think the reviews are mixed do to two companies, two completely different products, almost the identical name. One is like spray paint the other is a new roof over in thick plastic. 

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Wayne.

RV Armor!  At my site in Gillette, WY.,  It's not the spray on!  $140 a foot, from seal of front cap to seal of end cap, is 40 feet on my rig! My Attorney, loves the warranty, he's having his 2018 Newmar 45 done!  :) 

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I have seen the RV Armor video and it is a two stage roll on with prep of more thicker stuff around joints. Looks good and that may be the on I go with if I decide to.

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Wayne, I looked into it on the last coach to go over the rubber roof, impressive stuff! They have a demo at their booth at Hershey every year. It’s definitely a once and done application. My only concern is if you have to remove anything from the roof your cutting it, I guess they’ll touch it up afterwards.

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Life of the coach warranty and transferable to the next owner!  :wub:

If I need to replace anything on the roof, I'm quite sure that it will cost a few bills!  I will post any pertinent information, after installation....Herman can come and watch. :P

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22 hours ago, Pawoodtx said:

Wayne,

Are you thinking they will come repair it at no charge?🤷‍♂️

Paul

No Paul, I would expect there would be a charge.The material itself is probably expensive.  You can go to RVArmor.com for information.

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