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Old 08-27-2019, 07:05 PM   #1
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What's That Black Stuff in the Storage Bays

Southwind 35K. I had to remove a panel in one of the storage bays. What's the stuff they use to seal around the edges. It's black like caulk that is very durable and rubbery like. I know it's not a regular caulk but need to redo around the panel I took off. They use the same stuff all over the different bays.
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It is polyurethane calking. Home depot, Lowes all carry it. Different brands, just make sure it is the polyurethane type.
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Was just at REV in Decatur for warranty work. I asked my tech what they use and was told they use Geocel ProFlex. Available on Amazon in several different colors including clear.
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I know it's not a regular caulk...

Actually it is, but there are several varieties of "regular caulk", depending on the application. Geocel Proflex is what is called a tripolymer and has a wide variety of uses. Standard exterior window & door caulks would also work well on RV joints.
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