I would like to know how to repair this? Can anyone tell me 1.) an inexpensive way to just have something there to enjoy the camper for the summer and 2.) the "proper" way to repair it? Thank you!
By Becca from ME
If the roof is fiberglass just go to the local automotive parts store, you want the fiberglass in a can.
Clean the area with alcohol and sand if needed.
You mix the fiberglass with hardener (in a toothpaste tube looking thing) I mix on a piece of picture frame glass.
You spread it on the roof with a rubber spatula looking thing. Make sure you smush it down so there are no voids.
Once it dries you can sand it smoother. This way snow and ice won't get in the cracks and crevices.
Ria also in ME
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