Another question regarding our 87 bounder. It has an alluminium roof sealed either side ,front & back with seam sealant.The original stuff has seen better days! Reading the previous threads about roof repair/sealing in general the recommended stuff is like Kool roof/seal snow roof etc.
Was wondering that if you dont have time to prepare and actually use these coatings what would you recommend for purely replacing the old cracking sealant?
Have read advice about using Eternabond microtape to seal over the edges.would it be wise to scrape off the old sealant or would the tape be able to adhere to the old stuff? Any of the dico caulk range be any good or a combination of say the tape and caulk, or caulk and put tape down whilst caulk is wet?
As we fulltime our coach (not moving around the country so much,just using the beast as our home) and depending on how long we keep it , one of those coatings to help keep the UV rays at bay & inside temps lower may be used.
For now its just seal and stop anymore rain getting in on the passenger side front seal (just around the front cap) this only let rain in once during a major storm!