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Old 14-03-2008, 14:11   #16
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Originally Posted by never monday View Post
Lifecaulk, you'll want to remove them later
Seconded, i have really been happier with the life caulk and life seal products and lately, when i redid the glass in my hatches the company i bought the acrylic from told me to use 3m 4000, which i did, then i used the life seal in the other two.

Last weekend i re-did the 3m ones as the 4000 shrunk and i was getting leaks. it's also easier to clean up and work with. Not to say the 3m stuff doesn't have it's uses, i just dont think windows and hatches are one of them!

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