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Old 07-07-2013, 02:01 PM   #1
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Proflex Rv Flexible Sealant ?

I just got some Proflex Rv Flexible Sealant , I have never used it before, could anyone that has used it before tell me how much time I have to work with it before it dry’s, is it hard to work with?

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Old 07-07-2013, 03:26 PM   #2
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Proflex Rv Flexible Sealant ?

I have used it with caulking around outside of trailer and it is basically the same as working with a silicone type of caulk. If you are doing small areas and need a small bead then just cut a small hole at end then smooth with your finger.
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I've used Proflex on a few trailers - as mentioned cut the tip at a 45 degree angle with the smallest opening that covers the surface it will be applied to. Unlike silicone Proflex sets quick enough that you'll want to do only a few feet before smoothing with a finger covered with a rag dipped in mineral spirits. This will give you a professional finish every time. Mineral spirits and other solvents are the only way to clean and remove this caulking.
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I've used Proflex on a few trailers - as mentioned cut the tip at a 45 degree angle with the smallest opening that covers the surface it will be applied to. Unlike silicone Proflex sets quick enough that you'll want to do only a few feet before smoothing with a finger covered with a rag dipped in mineral spirits. This will give you a professional finish every time. Mineral spirits and other solvents are the only way to clean and remove this caulking.
Thanks, Webb. Another great tip from this site!! I learn something every day.
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