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RE: TC Camper Sealant Questions

I started today after lunch and stopped around 6pm. The right side is ready for the sealant. It took more time to clean everything with Naphta than removing the old sealant, but it looks clean and ready for the next phase. If the weather cooperates as it did today, and depending on how long it takes me to re-seal it, I will probably start getting the left side ready tomorrow. Thank you for great advise and all tips.
explorer0863 09/21/13 10:05pm Truck Campers
RE: 1993 Elkhorn....new to me

Added my first decoration http://i543.photobucket.com/albums/gg445/DaButcherMudMafia/Elkhorn%20Camper/P9020380_zpsa8fcfa9c.jpg Where is the "like" button? :)
explorer0863 09/20/13 07:58pm Truck Campers
RE: TC Camper Sealant Questions

How much Dicor you need depends on the amount of repairs needed. 3 tubes is a good start, but more might be needed. Ok. I bought 3 of each. They gave me a 15% discount, which was nice. We'll see how far it will take me.
explorer0863 09/20/13 07:11pm Truck Campers
RE: TC Camper Sealant Questions

You picked exactly the correct sealants. Dicor and Geocel are the best. The old Dicor comes off easily with a heat gun. Application of new Dicor is not critical --- just make sure you cover the seams. Gloop it on. Great! Could you elaborate on how to use the heat gun for this? I have a heat gun and it has 2 settings. If you can explain your technique, it will be very helpful. Thanks!
explorer0863 09/20/13 07:09pm Truck Campers
RE: TC Camper Sealant Questions

Proflex RV in 'brite white' if you can find it. 'White' tends to yellow. Ok, the store had it, so I bought it instead of just white. Thanks!
explorer0863 09/20/13 07:05pm Truck Campers
RE: TC Camper Sealant Questions

Thank you all for the great information. I went to my local RV store today and bought the sealants. Still need to go to HD tomorrow and get the solvents. Weather permitting, I'll start the process tomorrow or Sunday. I wanted to wait until later in the fall because the temperatures are still high these days, but I am all fired up and motivated. We'll see how much progress I can make this weekend. Tony
explorer0863 09/20/13 07:04pm Truck Campers
TC Camper Sealant Questions

I am going to seal my entire TC this fall and I have several questions. I understand that I need the following products. Could you guys confirm or recommend the right product and quantities? > Geocel ProFlex RV – white. 3 tubes sufficient? > Geocel ProFlex RV – clear. 3 tubes sufficient? > Dicor self-leveling lap sealant – white for the roof. What quantity do I need? > I can’t find Geocel MHRV 2300 anywhere online. Was this product discontinued? Did Geocel ProFlex RV replace it? > I am not clear on what is a TPO roof, but I don’t think I have that type. I believe that I have aluminum roof. Those of you familiar with my model, am I right? Or, how can I verify it? > I am planning to wax it and remove oxidation as well. Should I do this before or after sealing it? Many thanks for your help! Tony
explorer0863 09/19/13 09:13pm Truck Campers
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