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Old 09-04-2018, 05:48 AM   #1
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This is from Winnebago regarding sealants to use on the Minnie Plus roof:

The only Winnebago product that has a fiberglass roof is the Drop series. Everything else has a Dicor non-fleece TPO membrane at this time. Most people use Dicor self-leveling for the roof components and Dicor non-leveling for the roof moldings. I hope this helps.

This came from the retail customer service query email response when I wrote in to ask if Dicor should be used on the roof.

Hope this helps people! Winter is coming so everyone should get on their roof and inspect their sealants.
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Old 09-04-2018, 08:38 AM   #2
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I was told Dicor self- leveling for the roof and Geocell 2300 for everything else. This is also how our Micro Minnie was done with Geocell used to seal the roof to gutter and moldings to fiberglass. Instead of the Geocell 2300 I've been using their RV Pro product successfully.
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Old 09-04-2018, 09:25 AM   #3
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This is from Winnebago regarding sealants to use on the Minnie Plus roof:

The only Winnebago product that has a fiberglass roof is the Drop series. Everything else has a Dicor non-fleece TPO membrane at this time. Most people use Dicor self-leveling for the roof components and Dicor non-leveling for the roof moldings. I hope this helps.

This came from the retail customer service query email response when I wrote in to ask if Dicor should be used on the roof.

Hope this helps people! Winter is coming so everyone should get on their roof and inspect their sealants.
As Jcolang clarified in another post, the statement "The only Winnebago product that has a fiberglass roof is the Drop series" applies to Winnebago towables, not motorhomes, which have fiberglass roofs.
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