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Old 06-12-2016, 11:29 AM   #1
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Sky light leaking

I have a Coachmen Captiva travel trailer, 27ft. The sky light is generating water and the bathroom ceiling is delaminating. The side walls in the corners are beginning to delaminates also. Can I remove the inner trim and key it dry out before dealing with the anticipated mold Yuk! Is there an alternative to bleach to kill the mold? Any ideas are greatly appreciated. Thanks
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Bleach mixed with water is the best thing for mold. The most important thing is to stop the water intrusion ASAP. You're going to have to remove that skylight and reseal it. Getting all the old putty and sealant off is going to be the tedious part of that job. Putty and Dicor 501 lap sealant are what's needed for this job.
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