Superior RV One Part Liquid Rubber Roofing
The Strongest and Most Durable RV Roof Coating Anywhere | Canadian Customers Click Here
Features & Benefits
- The Strongest and Most Durable RV Roof Coating
- 800% Elongation
- 1900 psi Tensile Strength
- One Part Thermoplastic - No Catalyst – Ready to Use
- No Tape Required
- No Primer Required
- Seals Out Ponding Water on Flat Roofs
- 90% Solar Heat Reflective
- Adheres to EPDM, TPO, Aluminum, Fiberglass & Plywood (Not OSB)
- Resists Hail Impact & Dirt Pick-up
- Remains Flexible Below -70ºF
- Rain Will Not Harm Uncured Product
- Will Not Support Mold Growth
- Rain or Frost Will Not Damage Uncured Product
- Instant Waterproofing
- 15 Year Product Guarantee
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A Few Words From Our Happy Customers
“The day we decided to apply your Superior RV product to our motorhome roof, the weather changed suddenly, and it rained on the uncured coating. We were so relieved to discover that the rain had absolutely no effect on the coating. We waited until the water dried up and applied the second coat. Job completed and it looks fabulous. Thank you for making such a user-friendly product.”
Elsie & Gerald Stone - Antioch TN
“We bought a used camper with an early TPO roof that was showing signs of severe weathering. We tried several coatings and they all peeled off. Yours did not, and we didn’t need a primer - kudos to you guys for a great product!”
Bill Stanton - Brownsville TX
“This is a tough coating, but easy to apply. Eliminating the primer stage saved time and money. My old rubber roof looks like new again and my camper is finally dry!”
Jeff Panelli - Wisconsin Dells
“Just want to thank you for the quick delivery and the high quality of your coating. We made it a weekend project and I must say the results were better than expected. Our coach roof looks like it did when we bought it new."
Marg & Bill Kominski - Nampa ID
“We were considering replacing the aging roof membrane but were quoted $4000.00 by the dealer. We purchased your Superior RV instead and applied two coats as directed. The roof looks like new and all for under $600.00. We will recommend this to other campers in our travels."
B & L Walters - Oakland CA
New Restoration Kit for EPDM Rubber RV Roofs Extends Service Life by 20 Years
DIY EPDM kits available for RVs from 20 to 48 feet long.
Superior Polymers Inc. has released a series of liquid applied roof restoration kits designed specifically for EPDM rubber roofs. The kits contain a high solids, flexible epoxy primer that restores EPDM rubber and makes a chemical bond with the UV resistant Superior RV topcoat. The result is a highly flexible and totally waterproof membrane combination that requires no further maintenance. The cured product protects against impact, abrasion, hail, ice build-up and ponding water. The system is backed by a 15 year guarantee against chalking and delamination. Note: This product is NOT required for use on TPO rubber as Superior RV coating is designed for direct adhesion on TPO.
EPDM or TPO? How can I tell which one is on my RV roof?
There are two types of rubber membranes that have been used extensively on recreational vehicles over the years. Typically, they are both white on the surface, although some epdm roofs may be black or tan.
TPO (thermoplastic polyolefin) is a harder, less flexible rubber and usually solid white in color all the way through. EPDM (Ethylene-Propylene-Diene-Monomer) Is more flexible and has a black underside.
TPO can be coated directly with solvent borne coatings, whereas EPDM has a tendency to bubble and distort if it comes in direct contact with solvent-borne products and must be coated with a special flexible primer first. This is especially true in the case of Alpha® EPDM roof membranes made by Alpha Systems LLC. Alpha EPDM roofs were used on many Fleetwood products including Bounder motorhomes prior to 2012. Jayco and a few other manufacturers used this same membrane for years, with some manufacturers alternating between TPO and EPDM at various times. This can make identification difficult at first glance. To properly identify which one you have, go inside your RV and unscrew the trim molding piece (garnishing) under a roof vent (skylight). This should expose the roof membrane where it was folded and stapled inside the roof structure prior to installing the vent. If the underside is black, it is EPDM. If it is white, it is TPO.