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frisco_dave

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I use Geocel ProflexRV for that (don't use on the roof, but- I do use for exterior "caulking"):

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Again, thank you all. I think I will go with the ProFlex RV

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Jycoscks wrote:

Again, thank you all. I think I will go with the ProFlex RV


Good choice; works great.


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frisco_dave wrote:

I use Geocel ProflexRV for that (don't use on the roof, but- I do use for exterior "caulking"):

Proflex


Ditto. That's what most RV manufacturers use around the compartment doors, windows, etc.
Dicor on the walls is just nasty.

Here's a good video on the topic


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why no silicon?

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Doesn't last well in the sun. Leaves a residue that is very hard to remove and gets into the surface pores of the material. Nothing else will permanently stick to that surface including new silicon.

Use Proflex RV or OSI Quad.

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Posted: 06/29/21 05:22pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I've had great success using 3M marine 4000UV sealant/adhesive. I like marine grade stuff since it is normally made for a harsher environment than what a typical RV sees.

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