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Old 05-28-2009, 11:30 AM   #1
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Trying to find aluminum caulk

I have been using a product for a very long time on all small outside seals and around windows etc. The squeeze tube I have is now empty and I would like to get more. I have bought it at AS in Jackson center in the past( when I visited) but they sell it in baulk and pour it into an oil can with a squeeze trigger to apply on the trailers. My little tube here that I use is like a tube of tooth paste except that it has a long thin applicator end on it for a nice fine line of caulk. The stuff is made by a company called Kool Seal, Inc.
The tube also says Aluminum Caulk, and Kool Care
Where can I begin to look for this product. I googled it and ran into similar products but it was for moping on an entire roof.
I don't like to do business at Camping World so where else can I buy this stuff?
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I have been using a product for a very long time on all small outside seals and around windows etc. The squeeze tube I have is now empty and I would like to get more. I have bought it at AS in Jackson center in the past( when I visited) but they sell it in baulk and pour it into an oil can with a squeeze trigger to apply on the trailers. My little tube here that I use is like a tube of tooth paste except that it has a long thin applicator end on it for a nice fine line of caulk. The stuff is made by a company called Kool Seal, Inc.
The tube also says Aluminum Caulk, and Kool Care
Where can I begin to look for this product. I googled it and ran into similar products but it was for moping on an entire roof.
I don't like to do business at Camping World so where else can I buy this stuff?

Bluto,

How about one of these: Caulks & Sealants

Bill
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How about one of these: Caulks & Sealants

Bill

Thank You. Looks like the Alcoa stuff on that site is very similar. I'll have to see what else I could use from them to make the shipping worthwhile.
I always need something.
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