Detecting / Sealing Leaking Rivets Without Removing Inner Skin
So heres the Rub...
I've spent countless hours 'resealing' my 68 airstream safari. My hands now resemble more of a dirty rubbed out sika than my regular milky glow. On a good note I finally have a tan from 'ridding that aluminum beast' day in and day out.
But here is my problem... I still have leaks.
Im sure now, after ardently resealing every seam, window, vent and access hatch that I must have some leaking rivets. (on a related topic please never use butyl tape on top of butyl tape on top of butyl tape to 'reseal' your leaking vents!- Im looking at you PO of my Safari!)
How do I track down the little buggers from the ones doing their job?
Once I am successful in fingering the guilty culprits how do I go about reforming them from their leaky ways? Can I avoid drilling them out and replacing them via a wonder product that has a low enough viscosity to penetrate and a high enough viscosity to stay in place once in place?
one more small request... please do not tell me I have to take down my interior skin or I will probably find a cliff to throw my hopes and dreams of having an AS that will not fall apart in a season or two from water damage over the edge!
forever indebted to your collective knowledge,