Lets try again. This forum software is screwing up just like it does on every other site that I frequent that uses this software and not posting. Then losing what you type.
I need to seal a couple leaks. Its fine seams and rivets so not where my trusty Vulkem is going to work. I needed a product that would wick into the seams.
Airstream was out of stock with a long back order on the Acryl-R I originally intended to use. I decided to try Alcoa Gutter Seal so I place a order with the fine folks at Vintage Trailer supply that have been so helpful in the past.
Nice prompt service as Usual. I received the product last week. Rain finally quit and I wanted to see if I could seal up these leaks today. A nice brisk day in the 40'sF. I figure that this product probably has a working temperature range so I grab the tube and read the highly detailed Directions.
For best results apply only to clean, dry surfaces.
Warning flammable, keep way from heat. Don't feed to kids yadda yadda yadda.
Well GEE thats some helpful directions there.
Alcoa site is anything but helpful and being Saturday nobody will answer the help lines I am sure.
I recall reading the Vintage Trailer supply folks were going to be on vacation this week.
Anybody know the working temps that are acceptable for this product?