Looking for Spray-on Bedliner and Repair Service For Your Camper Rv or Trailer Roof?
Owners of motorhomes and trailers know that fiberglass is quite easy to break or damage.
Sometimes, all it takes is a rock chip to slam in the fiberglass body and make a big dent in the motorhome or trailer roof.
Here’s a case in point: This Camper RV owner brought in his RV, which needed some patchwork and full spray-on bedliner treatment.
Bedliners were created for the roofing industry. But RV enthusiasts quickly recognized its unique features and started using them for their camper RVs.
Take a look at the camper that we sprayed for a local Fort Myers Customer, with a breakdown of everything we did on this RV:
- First, we prepped and taped off the areas that we did not want to cover in spray-on bedliner
- Then we washed the Camper top with a cleaner
- The roof had small cracks in the fiberglass which needed fixing
- The owner did not want the camper to worsen over time, so we did a full-body fiberglass inspection and repair
- The color picked for this Camper Repair was light gray
- We applied the excellent Reflex Brand Spray-on bedliner with the proper pigment.
We can create almost any color by adding automotive colorant to the Reflex Bedliner mix formula. We make sure the fiberglass body gets all needed repairs before applying the rich Reflex bed liner coat.
Give us a call or send us an email with any questions, and we will get your project underway.
I am in the same process with removal of my old PVC coleman/Fleetwood roof that was cracked in multiple places, nothing worked to repair it correctly so I took the PVC cover off, sanded the fiberglass, and fixed the areas that needed repair. I decided to go with a boat/ bilge coating that resists pretty much anything. The only concern is how the bedliner would be able to hide any imperfections since it’s so thick. How does your product hold up over time? Thanks
Good Luck with That Doug could you clean it Glass it then spray in with liner ?
Dougshort answer is to prep and repair first and uses whatever makes sense if you’re going over glass I would use Dyna Glas
then prime and seal let dry then spray the spray-on liner you can flow out the first coats and last coat go for uniform finish , Best John