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WhiteHawk 07-25-2015 10:07 AM

Conditioning Diflex II Roof
 
I want to clean and condition the rubber roof (Diflex II) on my 2014 White Hawk. Will any rubber roof treatment (Protectall product) work? Protectall claims the treatment is good for all EPDM systems. Question is, is Diflex a derivative of EPDM? Does it matter? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks

BigJohnD 07-25-2015 11:27 AM

Diflex II is a non fleece backed TPO roof made by Dicor. Really no need to treat or condition it.

BigJohnD 07-25-2015 11:34 AM

https://www.dicorproducts.com/catalo...i-tpo-roofing/

Honestly, no roof needs a treatment, though some say go for it. The most I've ever put on any roof is Aerospace 303. In the end, no treatment is really necessary unless it just makes you feel better. They'll last just as long without treatment.

norty1 07-25-2015 01:39 PM

Just scrub it with a roof cleaner product or soap and water with a soft brush and rinse well.
Some use Ajax.

WhiteHawk 07-25-2015 02:16 PM

Thanks gents, I appreciate your responses. I'll leave the treatment (conditioner) out and just wash it.


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