How to fix your truck roof
We've made this kit as easy as possible, so a watertight roof is just 3 steps away.
- Clean and dry roof around affected area
- Mix the catalyst into the tin of SuperArmour
- Apply using the non shedding brush supplied
It really is as simple as that. Thanks to SuperArmour's extreme durability, this easy application can give you long term confidence in your truck or trailer roof.
To get an accurate coverage rate, it's best to measure out the area beforehand, so you know exactly how much of the roof the SuperArmour will cover.
Cleaning your truck roof
First off, remove any previous coatings or repair materials. Thoroughly clean the area by sweeping away any loose dirt and debris, then scrub the roof using water and a biocide if necessary. The surface must then be completely dry before applying SuperArmour.
Mixing the catalyst
Adding this liquid catalyst starts the cure which turns the liquid rubber into a flexible membrane.
It's best to mix the tin of SuperArmour before adding the catalyst. For pints and quarts, use a mixing stick or similar and work the material thoroughly. If you're applying a gallon of material, use a 9" drill mixer. Open the bottle of catalyst and pour into the tin, continuing to stir the mixture.
Ensure the catalyst has completely dispersed and is no longer visible. It's important that the catalyst has had a chance to reach every part of the liquid rubber. Once this is done, you're all ready to apply.
Applying SuperArmour to your truck roof
Simply dip your brush in and paint the rubber onto the surface.
Cover the whole of the porous/affected area and beyond. You may find it easier to use a short haired roller for larger quantities.
Once that's done, you can sit back and let the rubber cure into a seamless membrane. This just takes 1-3 hours, depending on temperature.
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