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118 • RV PRO • September 2018 rv-pro.com A F T E R M A R K E T SPECIAL PRODUCT FOCUS ROOF PROTECTANT ProPack Packaging, St. Louis, introduces BEST Rubber Roof to extend the life of rubber roof matting by cleaning, condi- t i o n i n g , a n d p r o - tecting against UV damage. The professional strength, non-pe- troleum formula safely and easily removes black streaks, surface oxidation, and road film build-up as it moisturizes, cleans, and protects. Before winterizing an RV or trailer, make sure to wash and protect not only the body of the vehicle but also the roof. The product is U.S. made and the company is family owned and operated. www.propackpackaging.com SPRAYED ROOF WITH NO-LEAK GUARANTEE RVRoof.com, Green Cove Springs, Fla., offers a sprayed alter- native RV roof with a lifetime no-leak guarantee. FlexArmor provides a seamless, one-piece roof with no more caulking joints to maintain. FlexArmor roofs are puncture-proof, hail-proof, 3/16-of-an-inch thick, improve insulation and do not require special maintenance. Currently, there are 10 locations across the country providing the FlexArmor service. www.RVRoof.com BLACK TANK CLEANER Walex Products, Wilmington, N.C., has developed an advanced super-concentrated enzyme formula to fight back hard against tough residual buildup. Commando Black Tank Cleaner pene- trates deep into tank walls to clean and remove lingering odor, waste, and paper buildup. This advanced formula cleans the entire tank in 12 to 24 hours. www.rvsanitation.com FRESH WATER TANK CLEANER Dometic, Elkhart, Ind., p r e s e n t s Fr e s h Wa t e r Tank Cleaner to remove the stale taste and odor from the RV and leaves no chemical taste. It has a chlorine-free formula that makes it safe for cleaning and is concentrated for professional strength. A 32-ounce bottle can treat up to 100 gallons of fresh water tank. www.dometic.com

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