I'm needing to remove and repair / reseal the front corners and front window of a trailer. I also have to replace about a 3' by 8' piece of the tin floor sheeting across the front of the unit and then put in new plywood floor over top.
The plan for the tin sheet is to try and get it underneath what already exists and then seal and rivet bringing the edges up and underneath the aluminum siding ie flashing. Everything has been removed and cleaned inside including replacing the dry rot wood frame. It all looks pretty straightforward but if there's anyone who has done this or has the know how, I'd appreciate any tips, step by step instructions, or direction to an existing thread if possible.
Anyone with any experiences with Eternabond as a sealant as compared to the grey rv putty strips or butyl ?
This all started with plans to remove an old couch and put in a permanent bed frame but the $2000 plus estimate for repairs isnt gonna happen for this old trailer. Someone already suggested gas and a match
Thanks in advance.