They sell this silicone RV sealant at a nearby RV shop.
I talked with one of their techs and asked about silicone removal.
He said you can get silicone removal products at auto parts store - their shop didn't sell it because they buy it by the 5-gallon buckets.
Has anyone used this, or similar, silicone product on their RV?
Have you had experience with a silicone removal product?
What is your experience with it?
2008 Arctic Fox 1140 model
2005 F350 6.0 dually with 102,500 miles 85% with camper.
Bulletproof oil and EGR cooler added at 100K Eagle Cap Owners group
Do not use silicone on the exterior of a rv. It will not bond to aluminum, fiberglass or plastic for very long. The correct sealant to use is a urethane based caulk. Try Dicor or ProFlex brand RV sealants. Lap sealant is for sidewalls, markerlights, etc. Self leveling sealant is for roof seam and fixture penetrations. Any rv supply store will carry the correct sealants. You can also Google the brands I mentioned and buy them there.
2013 Keystone Sydney 340FBH 5'er
2012 Silverado 3500HD, SRW,LTZ,4x4, Z71, Crew, 6.0 Gasser, 4:10 Axle, Standard bed
"These days, I have problems in areas that I used to not have areas", so life is good.
I use silicone occasionally on trim- using a good quality RTV silicone, with proper prep and it works fine, though most often I use it for cosmetic purposes- like around windows and doors (hint- the seal is between the frame and the body, not around the edge where I use the silicone), or for gasketing applications. I remove it with 3M brand "Silicone and adhesive remover" and plenty of paper towels.