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Old 03-09-2013, 11:41 AM   #1
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Fbrglass2Fbrglass sealant-clear?

I need to reseal the front & rear caps to the side shoulders. Our coach color there is a wine/burgundy color so I really need a clear sealant. Silicone does not work!
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After several attempts at sealing this area myself I am thinking of using paintable Eternabond and having Sherman Williams match the Winnie paint code.
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I am having the same issue. I could not find any sealant on the market that would work that was clear and not silicone. My solution: I called Winnebago and ordered the correct clear sealant from them. In your manual there will probably be a sealant chart with part numbers.
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Old 03-17-2013, 10:20 AM   #4
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Geocel Proflex is available in clear or colors and is not a silicone (it's a tri-polymer type sealant). Work excellent on fiberglass or metal.
Geocel Proflex RV

3M also makes a clear Body Seam Seal called Flexiclear, which is used on vehicles of all types.
3M 08405 Flexiclear Body Seam Sealer
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