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Tip #1 The only way to retain that new RV look is to clean your RV often. Use cleaners designed specifically for RVs. For rubber roofing most manufacturers recommend using a medium bristle brush and a non- abrasive cleaner designed for rubber roofs. Do not use any cleaners or conditioners that contain petroleum solvents, harsh abrasives, or citrus ingredients on rubber roofing material.

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Tip #2 Inspecting the seams and sealants on your RV and resealing areas that need attention can add years of life to your RV. You should inspect the seams and sealants twice a year at a minimum. If you notice any cracking or separation in the sealant it’s important that you reseal the area with a sealant compatible with the surface you are sealing. If you are not comfortable inspecting and resealing the seams and sealants have the work done by a reputable RV service facility

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