Captain Tolley’s Creeping Crack Cure (leak/crack sealer) 60ml
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Knowing first hand of the damage (potentially terminal) of leaving a leaking van in a porous state, I would regard it the height of irresponsibility not to make a fellow forum member fully aware of the threat to what may be their pride and joy. FAO Admin - Sorry if I have stepped out of line here, but I felt I had to answer Angus. I will not respond again in this thread. In view of the fact that this material has been discussed before and pretty much universally found to be wanting, I would regard it as irresponsible to suggest that the material is in anyway suitable for his application.
Creeping Crack Cure 250ml | Force 4 Chandlery CPT Tolley Creeping Crack Cure 250ml | Force 4 Chandlery
I most humbly apologise, but the original poster did mention a fact other than the original question. That fact, in my opinion, was worth comment as I have had experience of this whole sealing issue.
You did indeed, but my point was that you then also answered another question that had not been asked. I beg to differ. I had a minor leak and it did cure it. The van was still dry when sold some years later. I'm in agreement with Angus in that I believe that the whole awning rail should be removed before using new sealant. It's not a major job and it will ensure that all traces of moisture and other dirt/contaminants are removed, I really didn`t want to reply again, BUT, I thought the idea of a forum was to exchange views and help each other, but perhaps like Ian Dunning I am also mistaken.
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If he does have a leak, it certainly wont cure itI beg to differ. I had a minor leak and it did cure it. The van was still dry when sold some years later.
Maybe I should just shut up and let, potentially, expensive mistakes be made? That is not my idea of helping people but I think we should let this subject return to the topic, If you took the time to read my response, Phoenix, you would see that I DID answer the OP`s question, and I have used the stuff.