Dicor Acrylic Roof Coating Part 2 – Rubber Roofing

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Complete your RV roof restoration with Dicor’s Acrylic Roof Coating Part 2, the final step in a two-part system designed to renew and protect your rubber roofing. This high-solids acrylic elastomer coating offers superior weatherability, UV resistance, and flexibility, ensuring your RV’s roof remains in top condition. Suitable for EPDM rubber & PVC roofing, it requires prior application of Dicor’s Cleaner/Activator for best results. With easy application and exceptional protective qualities, Dicor’s Acrylic Coating is essential for extending the life and enhancing the appearance of your RV roof.

Two coats are required.

For use on:

EPDM rubber & PVC roofing: Dicor’s Part 1 Cleaner/Activator Primer (RP-CRP-Q) is required prior to coating.


Thoroughly mix the contents for a minimum of 5 minutes prior to application. Use plastic sheeting to protect sidewalls and end caps of units. Be sure plastic runs to the ground/floor. EPDM and PVC roof surface must be cleaned/primed with Dicor’s Part 1 Cleaner/Activator (RP-CRP-Q) and free of residue or loose particles. Surface shall be completely dry and frost free before coating. Deteriorated or damaged substrates shall be repaired or replaced.

Weather Precautions:

Dicor Acrylic Coating requires complete evaporation of water to cure. Cool temperatures and high humidity may slow down the curing process. Do not apply if weather conditions will not permit complete cure before rain, dew or freezing temperatures occur. Dicor Acrylic Coating will freeze and become unstable at temperatures below 32° F within a 48 hour period after application.


Be sure the Part 1 Cleaner/Activator Priming process is complete prior to applying acrylic coating. Coating may be applied by medium nap roller or brush. Dicor Acrylic Coating shall be applied in a minimum of 2 coats at a rate of 1 gallon/125 sq. ft. per coat (i.e. 8’ X 30’ roof takes 4 gallons). Actual gallons required will depend on the type of surface, texture, method of application and weather conditions at the time of application. All surfaces must be uniformly coated and free from voids, pinholes, or blisters.

Entire coating process MUST be completed in one day, including Part 1 Cleaner/Activator and two coats of Acrylic Coating, each dry to the touch before proceeding.

Caution: Keep out of reach of children.