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Puddles

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Posted: 02/13/20 08:19am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Hey... I've tried several searches for Crazy Seal roof coating... came up with nothing. Prby my lack of search skills... anyway, has anyone used this product? If so, any comments would be appreciated. Travel safe


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Given the ease of finding crazyseal.com, I gotta call “spam.”





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Junk like that is usually short-lived. Use the appropriate Dicor sealant or Eternabond tape. Do it right, do it once.


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Why try out something new when there are so many happy with Dicor, Heng's, Eternbond etc.? And Heng's is super easy to apply.


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Puddles wrote:

Hey... I've tried several searches for Crazy Seal roof coating... came up with nothing. Prby my lack of search skills... anyway, has anyone used this product? If so, any comments would be appreciated. Travel safe


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I've never heard of it. The last 2 TT's we had, and now our C, the first thing I do is Eternabond the seams on the roof...vents, front cap to roof, etc.

Has anyone ever used this crazy seal stuff? At $500 it sure seems expensive.


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Second the post on Dicor and Eternabond. But it sounds like you want to coat entire roof?

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That product is similar to all the other 100% High Solid Silicone Roof Coatings sold under a variety of names. I said similar because that product is a cross between silicone roof patch and coating. Roofing silicone patch is dense due to the incorporation of poly fibers to strengthen the coating. Regular silicone coating is flowing with no fiber additives. That product seems to have included fibers while maintaining the flowability. I'll say that if it can be applied like a regular 100% High Solid Silicone Roof Coating with the added benefit of having some poly fibers, it may be an improvement over regular silicone roof coatings used on RV's.

Now, as for RV high solid silicone coatings, there are many who love it and many who hate it. You can research High Solid Silicone Roof Coatings and get a sense of it's advantages and disadvantages.


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Posted: 02/13/20 09:02pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

spam post
so obvious.
agree, who cannot search for something?
moderator, remove wasteful post?

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ajriding wrote:

spam post
so obvious.
agree, who cannot search for something?
moderator, remove wasteful post?


You're wrong... I was searching using the words Crazy Seal... wanted to see if anyone had ever used it... couldn't find anything.. hense, the post using roof coatings. "Obvious" seems a little strong.

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