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Dicor caulking/sealant

I have been watching a ton of videos of rv solar applications and notice many seem to use a sealant/caulk called Dicor. When I looked it up there seem to be at least a couple of kinds. Can someone recommend which one to use? TIA

Charles Cunningham

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There are many different types depending on your application. There are "Self Levelling" and there are "Non-Sagging". Non-Sagging used for vertical surfaces. Self Levelling for flat surfaces. Best to browse the DICOR site.

501 and 505 are Self Levelling for flat surfaces available in various colors.

551 is Non-Sag for vertical surfaces available in various colors.


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