Self-Leveling RV Roof Sealant, Tan

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  • Self-Leveling RV Roof Sealant, Tan
  • Self-Leveling RV Roof Sealant, Tan
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Some of the most essential components of RVs are the ones you don't notice. One of these integral components is sealant. Self-leveling sealant is critical to correctly installing roofing and other flat surfaces on your RV. Before you begin your next RV project, check out this self-leveling sealant!

Our self-leveling sealant for RV projects is sold in 11 oz. tubes. After use, it dries in a tan color. We order this product fresh and do not store them for longer than a year so that you can enjoy the most extended life out of them. Its made from a butyl rubber base and has a viscosity of 80,000-200,000 Centipoise, with a coverage of about 380 linear ft. per gallon. The operational temperature range is -65 to 250 degrees Fahrenheit. It is weather-resistant to snow, ice, sunlight, rain, and cold. It is also resistant to chemicals, greases, oils, salt, and fuel. The sealant is commonly used on rubber, metal, fiberglass roofs, and horizontal surfaces. You can paint over the sealant if you don't enjoy the tan color. It is recommended that you wait about 48 hours for the first full cure. Once the curing is complete, the sealant should be able to withstand shock, vibrations, and various outdoor transportation stressors.

This tan self-leveling sealant is incredibly durable, and we're confident that it will last for years. If you have any comments or concerns, you can get in touch with us on our website or call our fantastic Customer Care team!


4 pack


  • Weight: 11 oz.
  • Color: Dries tan
  • Shelf life: 1 year
  • Raw material base: Butyl rubber
  • Viscosity: 80,000-200,000 Centipoise
  • Coverage: 380 Lineal Ft./Gallon
  • Commonly used on rubber, metal, and fiberglass roofs and horizontal surfaces
  • Operational temperature range: -65 to 250 degrees Fahrenheit
  • Weather resistant - snow, ice, sunlight, rain and cold
  • Resistance to chemicals, greases and oils, salt and fuel
  • Can be painted
  • Recommended wait of 48 hours for full cure
  • Once cured, withstands shock, vibration, and outdoor transportation stress
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