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CW Sealants.

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Use polyurethane sealants, in lieu of silicone.
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I think that OP is looking for that new 'silicon like' sealant that is supposedly better then silicon for things like sealing windows.

I haven't used it yet but I'm trying to find it...I believe the name starts with an 'L' but I can't find my note...


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There is a company called Dicor Now they make a couple of types of caulking. One type is "Self Leveling" And not what I"d use for this type of job.

The other type is what I'd use for this job

NOTE: One of the other things Dicor makes.... The roof itself .


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Excellent replies! I think I will just inspect these as I always do anyway and when it is time to redo them, I will use some of the suggestions here! Thanks all!


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