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Old 01-22-2018, 03:15 PM   #11
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on top or from the inside of the bus? I am putting in our floor soon and don't want it wet from leaks.
Up on top.
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Old 01-22-2018, 04:23 PM   #12
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WTF..............No FlexSeal? Saw a youtube vid of guy actually used this on his RV. Said it used to leak all the time, twice recoated by RV dealer did nothing till he used....FLEXSEAL. Hey if it keeps a boat "cut in half" afloat.........
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WTF..............No FlexSeal? Saw a youtube vid of guy actually used this on his RV. Said it used to leak all the time, twice recoated by RV dealer did nothing till he used....FLEXSEAL. Hey if it keeps a boat "cut in half" afloat.........
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Have you priced that stuff?


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You will not find a better seam sealer than urethane "Seam Sealer". Found online and at automotive paint & body supply shops. 3M brand is an OEM product used on most American vehicles at the factory. Stays flexible, is paintable and is UV resistant.
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You will not find a better seam sealer than urethane "Seam Sealer". Found online and at automotive paint & body supply shops. 3M brand is an OEM product used on most American vehicles at the factory. Stays flexible, is paintable and is UV resistant.
Yeah, a tube or two of real seam sealer is all it takes.
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