Magic sealer liquid

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  1. electrajohnt

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    Someone will remember this, I hope. It's been discussed before and I saved the details, trouble is I can't find where I saved them. It seals joints and crevices by pouring on and it gravitates into the crack and seals it.
    Any help please.
    JohnT
     
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    are we talking Captain Tolleys creeping crack cure.

    never used it so cant comment
     
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    Its called 'spilt coffee' :) :ROFLMAO: ;)
     
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    Have just noticed your avator. Theyt ned moor an capn Toleys ferput yon reet sury.
     
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    And it works,,,, we used to use it on our fishing boat`s.. alway`s getting little leaks in the windows, where most boats flex in rough weather..

    If it`s a bad leak you may have to do it a couple of times..(y)
     
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    Glad you brought this subject up JohnT!
    I used this sealant some 30 years ago around a front windscreen on my car that was leaking. Stopped it right away!(y) I don't know what it was called but I'm sure I got it from Halfords.:unsure:
    I tried to find a same/similar one recently but no luck. Halford guy looked at me indulgently, thinking 'silly old git' and offered their only remedy - silicone sealant. I used it and wish I hadn't!:cry:
    So now I'm going to try to remove the silicone sealant and use Captaintolley!(y)(y)
    (I don't think the video on their website is going to appeal to the younger generation - needs a young girl with big wobbly bits, tats and piercings - and attitude;))
    Mike:cool:
     
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    It's best thing since the best thing was invented (y) Used it on boats, houses, cars & other things!
    Stopped a windscreen leak in a new car that the dealer failed to do :rolleyes:
     
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    Said with a scouse accent as well!!
     
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    Not sure it leaks actually. What has happened is someone as thrown a stone or brick at the back top corner and dented the curved bit of the roof near the seam. I just want to put some in the seam until I seek advice on what to do.
     
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    Not always, bottom o the hill, Kent Green.
     
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