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Old 07-17-2017, 07:09 AM   #1
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Caulking Question

Does anyone know what type of caulk crossroads use on their trim. I am resealing mine and using Pro Flex. On some of the trim I can get all the old caulk off. However on some I can get it all off the Fiberglass and cleaned up really well, but there is some left under the trim that cannot be gotten to. Wondering if the Pro Flex will still stick to it ok.
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I'm not 100% sure, but I thought CR used di-cor lap sealant.
They claim silicone won't stick to it's self. I get as much off/out as I can. Then wipe the area down good with denatured alcohol, and apply my sealant.
I have resigned myself to the fact that every year I will have to redo some areas because of cracking. They use to say (and some still do) you have to use what the factory uses or it will crack and separate. Well guess what---if what the factory uses is so great, how come we have to redo it?

This is what I use, and have for years.

https://www.amazon.com/3M-Marine-Gra...licone+sealant
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