Anyone ever used a product called Lexel for sealing leaks? It looks like clear silicon, however does not contain acetic acid, can be applied in temps from 0 F to 120 F, on wet surfaces, dries clear, and can be painted. Supposedly better adhesion, and elasticity than silicon. I found it mentioed on a aviation web site, indicating it is used to seal aircraft windshields between aluminum and plexiglass. Too cold and wet to use Vulkem or the others right now to stop a leak near the street side front window.
New to RV's, first one ever, it is a 65 Safari, owned it almost a month now. Thought I might try it, but do not want to mess up a nice trailer by doing something I might regret later. The manufacturer rep also informed me it is very difficult to remove once setup.
What are your thoughts and ideas.