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Fiberglass Blind owners - roof sealing question #7618004 09/27/19 06:30 PM
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I have a Boss Game Systems blind which I think is top-notch. I'm starting season 3 with it and while I don't see anything, I wonder if I should paint the roof with something before next summer to protect it from our warm Texas sun?


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Re: Fiberglass Blind owners - roof sealing question [Re: CharlieCTx] #7618024 09/27/19 06:52 PM
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Good question, to which I have no answer. But I have the same question, though how in the heck I could paint it would be another question. The paint on the outsides has gotten faded and chalky, but I don’t see that as a problem.


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Rustoleum paint has worked well for us on wood and fiberglass. Easier to do before you stand up the blind.


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Truck bed liner. Home Depot carries it in quart and gallon cans. Used it to seal a leaky turtle tank. Worked great.


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Originally Posted by phathawg
Truck bed liner. Home Depot carries it in quart and gallon cans. Used it to seal a leaky turtle tank. Worked great.


The bed liner thing sounds like a pretty good idea. Thanks for the recommendation!


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Truck bed liner. Home Depot carries it in quart and gallon cans. Used it to seal a leaky turtle tank. Worked great.


The bed liner thing sounds like a pretty good idea. Thanks for the recommendation!


Bed liner and epdm rubber roof coating for rv’s works well also


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