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Old 09-18-2012, 11:06 AM   #1
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Dicor anyone?

I have used Self-Leveling Dicor to reseal vents, skylights, etc. in the past with beautiful results. The finished result was smooth and shiny, no dust.

This last time I tried Self-Leveling Dicor 501, that became a dust/dirt magnet.

Dicor make 501, 505 and 551 self leveling sealant.

I would like to know which of the other two, 505 or 551, is better without having to try each one. What has been you experience?
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Old 09-18-2012, 07:27 PM   #2
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Methinks the 3 numbers are the same material, the difference between them being the 3 colors that are available?

501=Wht
505=Bright Wht
551=Grey
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Methinks the 3 numbers are the same material, the difference between them being the 3 colors that are available?

501=Wht
505=Bright Wht
551=Grey
Nope,
501LSW is White self leveling
501LSD is Dove self leveling
501LSV is Ivory self leveling
the 505LSW is White self leveling but HAPS free
the 551LSW is White non sag for verticle surfaces
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I wonder if the HAPS free is any different to the 501, where dust/dirt is concerned.

I'll drop by a couple of RV repair shops and see what they use that leaves a nice finish. It doesn't have to be Dicor.
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These items should cover it.
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