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Question: I would very much like to maintain the roof of my '76 coachman trailer, but I can't figure out how to identify what was on it before! I know that there can be adherence problems depending on what type of roof it was and what product I would like to put down. I have contacted several companies for advise on how to proceed and they all want to know what the old roofing was, but I can't tell how to identify it. I have visually inspected the roof. I looks like it was an aluminum roof with a coat of something that is now gray, dried and cracking. I think we do have some small leaks, maybe at the seams, but otherwise it is pretty tight still. I live hours from any rv repair shops and would really like to recoat the roof myself. Can anyone advise what the old coating was and what would be a good product for recoating it? Any advise would be welcome!
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