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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 21-12-2017, 15:44
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Polyurethane has always been a problem due to its oily nature so nothing sticks to it and painting is a waste of time unless you want to be touching up every week.
Shame it has got such a low melting point otherwise it would have been ideal for non stick pans.
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Fatbudda you have hit the nail on the head.
Hundreds of sealants promising the world how do we mere mortals know what to use?
One thing I did read about CT1 is it does tend to discolour rapidly but does provide a good seal.
All the seals on my motorhome have deteriorated to hard crusty finish which is easily removed and as there is so many of them I thought I would research which is the best one that you would all recommend .
There are so many in the market it is difficult to know what to use.
The seals on my motorhome are sikaflex and have not lasted very long.

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I have always used Hodgsons seam seal CV when re-fitting rooflights and windows etc, flexible and very good.
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