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RE: How to go about fixing skylight leak

Hello: Spend the time and clean all the caulking with a solvent on a small cloth. Inspect the present caulking for cracking, gaps or coming loose and remove suspect area/s, then reapply self levelling Dicor on that area. Apply a good amount for good coverage/sealing. If the gap is large, you may have to apply a couple coats. Do a very complete inspection and resealing and you'll be good to go. You can soak your roof to check for a leak or leaks, but like said before, the water will travel. That's why you're much better off to do the cleaning and resealing. Just my personal experience. Good luck.
Ruralgas 06/23/22 07:30am Tech Issues
RE: Made some covers for my power cords...

Hello LittleBill: Very nice work. You've got to be very experienced/knowledgeable in the designing, which is very good. I am wondering what design software you use? Just got into this 3d printing and it's interesting, but trying to learn and use the design software is quite a challenge. I've been using Onshape (free version) and just got famaliar with making basic designs. Thanks in advance. Garry
Ruralgas 03/15/22 06:54am Do It Yourself Modifications and Upgrades (DIY)
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