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Old 07-08-2013, 11:56 AM   #29
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BTW: For tough sealing applications - 3M 5200 Marine Sealer Adhesive. It even cures and bonds on wet sufaces - actually humidity and water set if off. Used it on our spa a number of times. Not for big jobs like roofs though.
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I just received the 6 tubes of Solar Seal 900 that I ordered and now I am wondering how to clean it out after a few years when it needs replacing.
This does not attract dirt/grime like Dicor or similar. No need to replace either. Very permanent but can be removed as any caulk.
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Here is an online link to Geocel.

Ace Hardware also carries this product line.If they don't have it in their store, they should be able to obtain it.

Good luck,
Only similarities to NPC is it is a caulk. NPC is a much superior product.
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BTW: For tough sealing applications - 3M 5200 Marine Sealer Adhesive. It even cures and bonds on wet sufaces - actually humidity and water set if off. Used it on our spa a number of times. Not for big jobs like roofs though.
I have used 3M 5200 many times in underwater marine applications. This is a very permanent caulk that must be ground off mechanically to remove. Would not advise unless you have a fiberglass roof and need a permanent repair. Extremely good product and expensive.
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