Developed specifically for RV use, ProFlex Flexible RV Sealant is more elastic than silicone sealants, and has superior adhesion as well. Tripolymer formula displaces water that might be hiding in seams and joints, and ensures a watertight seal. Bonds to virtually every RV material, even when damp, oily or frozen. Long lasting, durable and paintable. USA. Not recommended for use with rubber roofs.
Wonderful product. Seals very well with or without prep work. I sealed my entire motorhome exterior with this product after clea...ning with solvent. Waxed the motorhome and found a seam I forgot. Sealed over the wax and it stuck! Very flexible though takes a coupler hours in 55 degree weather to tack up.
This caulk is superb! I used it when I installed a ladder, luggage rack,
reinstallation of exhaust vents and various other caul...king. I also used
it to seal up a hole that I put in the roof (oh no!) to run satellite radio
antenna within my travel trailer. No leaks after a week of on and off
rain! There is some stickiness to this caulk, so wear disposable
gloves when applying. Caulk dries to a rubbery substance and forms
an excellent shield against any water penetration. This beats the
black or gray tar or caulk substance you see being used on these
RVs. I used my first tube up, so I am ordering two more for reserve
use, and use around the home.
As earlier reviewer indicated, this is an excellent sealant. It works
great inside and out on any RV when you need a non-self l...eveling
general purpose sealant. It remains pliable even after curing and
resists hardening. Old ProFlex sealant can be removed with a putty
knife and mineral spirits before applying new.
One important note about partially used tubes:
Even if the tip of the nozzle is carefully sealed with a tight fitting plug,
eventually the sealant inside will begin to cure and make it
impossible to dispense more product. Keep this in mind when
reaching for a partially used tube more than a couple of weeks old...
you'll likely need a new one. Too bad this product isn't available in
smaller container sizes for those smaller jobs.
I just got done recaulking my pop
up with this stuff. It works great!
Best to do is use masking tape to
make it clean, I pul...led and
cleaned the old caulk using Goo
Gone works great. This stuff is
really sticky and sets up in about
2a hours, but in 80° you have
about 15 min to tool it so it sill
looks nice, after that it looks a
little of a mess! I called the MFG
about the cure time and its 2s
hours to paint and a lite rain, 24
to 48I hours for a heavy rain and
a wash. I used it in my wheel
wells and waited 24 hours to cure
and then I painted them so the
undercoat would have something
to stick to. Make sure you have a
spray bottle of water with soap
and a lot of paper towels. After
you mask the area and let the
caulk set up for about 20 min
pull off the tape, by pulling it
towards you to get a clean edge,
spray your hands a lot with the
soapy water to help getting it on
your hands and to smooth the
caulk out. You don't news to use
a lot just enough to fill the seam
or little cracks you have. I used
the Goo Gone to clean up, used
plastic scrapers, razor blade
knives to help cut old caulk.
I was a Autobody guy, here is a trick to
help you on your pinstripes and
decals so they don't pull off from
the masking tape, before you put
the masking tape down, and
hope your wearing pants? Lay
the masking tape on your pants
applying pressure and lift off due
this a couple of times to take
some off the sticky off the tape so
it doesn't pull off your pinstripes
or decals before you tape them.
Product is very bright, when applying it came out slow and had to use a little force to get
out of tube. It did smooth out very ...easy as instructed, you have about 10-15 min working
time before it sets, the warmer, the sooner. Will know this summer how well is works, but
so far I'm very happy with results.
According to the Tech Data Sheet, this sealant is capable of bonding to numerous substrates. If you are using this as an aide to an existing gasket or fill cracks and pinholes, this should do the job. However, if you are looking for a sealant with adhesive properties to glue a windshield in place, another sealant would be better suited.
by Camping World – July 15, 2015
It depends on what your roof is made of. The Dicor products we carry are geared for a rubber roof. While the Proflex sealants are not to be used on a rubber roof. Geocel item# 52114 is the only sealant from the same manufacturer as 'Proflex' that is rubber roof compatible.
Otherwise, it mostly comes down to personal preference.
by Camping World – July 10, 2015
is this product suitable for resealing a rubber rv roof
This is a standard size 10.3 ounce tube, yes.
by Camping World – March 19, 2013
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