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Old 07-29-2009, 08:04 PM   #1
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Resealing windows

Just purchased a '73 Sovereign. I need to reseal the windows on the outside where the window frames meet the skin. There are many spots where I see cracks and voids. What do I use to remove the old sealant? I am guessing to use Par-bond to reseal since I have gathered from numerous posts it is a thinner body sealant than Vulkem. Is there a post covering this already? In the future, I would like to polish the shell so would the stripper harm my less than year old window sealing job? Thanks.
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