RV renovation projects are oftentimes more difficult than they look, especially if you are renovating something on the outside of your rig. Not only do you need the appliance or material that you're installing, you also need the tools, adhesives, and other odds and ends. While this can get a bit confusing, we're hoping to ease some of that confusion. Here at RecPro, we want to give you exactly what you need, which not only extends to the materials or appliances, but also extends to the tools, adhesives, and those other things that you might need. Let's take installing a flat material for instance. You'll need a sealant if you want it to stick tightly and we've got just the thing you're looking for. Our 1010 Non-sag RV Lap Sealant is durable, tough, and easy to work with.
Each container of non-sag RV lap sealant is 11 ounces and has 1 year of shelf life. We order all of our products fresh so you don't have to worry about that shelf life being impacted by being stored for years on end before being shipped out. Instead, it's fresh and ready to use. This is a non-sag sealant for vertical applications. It is resistant to weather, chemicals, greases, oils, salts, and fuel, which means it'll still be in great shape many adventures down the road. While it dries white, it can be painted to a different color. It withstands temperatures ranging from -40 to 250 degrees Fahrenheit. After application, it is recommended to let this cure for at least 24 hours.
For a solid seal, this 1010 non-sag RV lap sealant is the perfect fit for the job. Have any questions? Contact us online or call our friendly Customer Care team today!
- 11 oz
- Made in USA
- High solids lap sealant
- For vertical applications
- Raw material base: Butyl rubber
- Viscosity: 800,000-1,200,000 Centipoise
- Coverage: 380 Lineal Ft./Gallon
- Weather resistant
- Can be painted - Color dries white
- 1 year of shelf life
- Resistance to chemicals, greases and oils, salt, and fuel
- Withstands temperatures from -65 to 250 degrees F
- It is recommended to let this cure for at least 48 hours.