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All you have to do is:
- Clean the surface well. Acetone works as a good final wipe
- Cut the top and puncture the inner seal
- Apply the caulking over clean, well adhered old caulking (no silicone)
- Final Coverage - 25 linear feet per 10 oz tube
- Works on EPDM, Metal, Aluminum, PVC, Kynar, Wood, Concrete, Fiberglass
- Can be applied in wet or dry conditions
- Curing depends on humidity, temperature and airflow
- Caulking is a moisture cure product
- Non-hazardous. Use outdoors and indoors
- Paint or coat over in 24 - 48 hours
- Apply in 35F/2C temperatures and rising
- Roughen/Sand smooth (fiberglass), plastic surfaces before applying
- Adhesion increases over time
- Store in low humidity, cool environment
- Shelf Life - 2 years
- 100% Lifetime Guarantee
It's a great idea to always keep a tube of RV Self Leveling Caulk on hand for when issues come up. You don't want to get caught without it when you really need it. It's also a great gift for your fellow campers.
What you need for your project:
1. Biodegradable soap and scrub brush to clean the surface.
2. Acetone and rags to give a final wipe before application. Can buy at any Home Depot, Walmart...
3. Utility knife to cut the the tip of the tube. Long stick to puncture the inner seal of the tube.
4. Caulking Gun
5. Disposable gloves