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Old 10-08-2018, 08:32 AM   #1
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Eternabond, I used it on enclosed 6X12 trailer

The old sealant was scrapped off and I cleaned surface with acetone since the roof was steel and molding was aluminum.
This is the first time I have used it and from many threads on the forum it is great for RV's but I will be watching it carefully on my enclosed trailer. Nothing wrong with eternabond, the problem is in the assembly of the trailer. Defects that can easily be covered by a liquid sealant were much more difficult with eternabond. I am glad I used 4" wide for more sealing surface although 2" would have sufficed, I think the 4" provided a better seal. If the assembly was better with smoother surfaces and no empty holes from screws put in the wrong place and removed eternabond would have laid a lot better.

This nothing against eternabond, it does look like it sealed but had a difficult time laying correctly with all of the dips, holes, jagged edges etc.

If it leaks, I'll remove it and use a liquid sealant.
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