Flexable sealant

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  1. jockyscards

    jockyscards Read Only Funster

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    Being a novice at this game,I`ve just bought (privately) a Ford rollerteam 700 only to find a small hatrline fracture in the shower tray - is it a common problem??.Does anyone out there know of a decent flexable sealant that will do for the time being.
    I don`t really fancy having to fork out for a new one just yet anyway.
    Thanks in advance.
    jockyscards.
     
  2. pappajohn

    pappajohn Funster Life Member

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    hi and welcome....

    have a look at this old thread...may be of some use to you.

    CLICK HERE

    john.
     
  3. DESCO

    DESCO Read Only Funster

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    Hi

    Welcome to MH Fun

    Follow link by Pappa John, gives good advice, if you look further there are others but advice still the same.

    Good luck.

    Dave :thumb::thumb:
     
  4. Geo

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    • Google Captain Tolly's creeping crack cure
    • A unique water based sealant formulated to penetrate fine cracks.
    • it uses capillary action to set to a clear, flexible and waterproof seal, and finds and fixes leaks without dismantling.
    • it is compatible with most materials, including glass, wood and metal and has many uses in boat, car and house repairs.
    • Captain Tolley's glue also repairs cracks in smaller household items such as crystal glass, porcelain, wood, veneer and marble
    • Geo
     
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