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Old 05-21-2008, 05:11 AM   #1
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does anybody have a good method of removing caulk such as the silicone type used on side body seams. need to r&r a lot of it. any info would be appreciated! jim
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does anybody have a good method of removing caulk such as the silicone type used on side body seams. need to r&r a lot of it. any info would be appreciated! jim
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Jim here is some THREADS on removing caulk and sealents on different coachs take your pick.
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The Hyde 5-in-1 tool is the best thing I've found for removing caulking. You can find them in any paint store, or Lowe's or Home Depot. I suggest using something other than silicone to replace the caulking. There are much better, longer-lasting products on the market today. 3M Marine products are really good.
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