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Old 04-07-2012, 01:57 PM   #1
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Does anyone know where to get Parbond in Canada?

M looking to do some seam sealing and would like to find some parrbond. However here in Edmonton Alberta, Canada I can't find any. I have found it on the Internet but am trying to find some somewhere in my general area. Anyone know where I might get some?
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Old 04-07-2012, 10:05 PM   #2
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I am bit disappointed that Fastenal doesn't carry it (or at least it doesn't show on their website), but you can always order it from the US.

I know that Vintage Trailer Supply and Out-Of-Doors Mart carry it and likely Inland RV do as well.

But call Fastenall in Edmonton; I have bought stuff from them that never sees the light of day on their website.
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Old 04-07-2012, 10:28 PM   #3
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finding supplies is darn near impossible

I found parabond state trailer supply $15 tube, your best bet is order online save the hassles. Pick up anything else you like while spending money for shipping.
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Old 04-08-2012, 01:52 PM   #4
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Yah I had the guy from fastenall on the phone and he looked it up but he couldn't find it. How many tubes do you think I should get to seal the end caps? rather how long will a tube last or stretch? This is the reason I want to buy some locally so that I don't have a mountain of it or on the other hand too little. Any guidance would be welcome. I think I will probably buy it from Inland, because I need a Wing window as well. I just cringe at shipping things like that. I also like how much support Andy has on the forum. If there is a question he is always willing to help out with knowledgeable advice.
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Yah I had the guy from fastenall on the phone and he looked it up but he couldn't find it. How many tubes do you think I should get to seal the end caps? rather how long will a tube last or stretch? This is the reason I want to buy some locally so that I don't have a mountain of it or on the other hand too little. Any guidance would be welcome. I think I will probably buy it from Inland, because I need a Wing window as well. I just cringe at shipping things like that. I also like how much support Andy has on the forum. If there is a question he is always willing to help out with knowledgeable advice.
If you wanted to seal "every" seam, it would take about 5 tubes of Parbond and 3 tubes of Vulkem, for your 31 footer.

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With Parbond and Vulkem (great products, all I use) it's best to let them soften in the sun or (with Parbond) soften in warm water.
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See look at this guy he is amazing!! Thanks Andy. I think I am going to start with the end caps and the leaks I can find and go from there.
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See look at this guy he is amazing!! Thanks Andy. I think I am going to start with the end caps and the leaks I can find and go from there.
Since it appears your chasing down a leak, from something, you should also check the clearance lights, ceiling vent gaskets and especially the sewer vent pipe cover gaskets, which only last 2 to 3 years.

Lastly, check the gaskets and seals on all the windows, including the seals between the glass and metal frames.

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