How To Reseal RV Corner Molding


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In this RV DIY® video host Mark Polk, with RV Education 101, demonstrates how to reseal RV corner molding using Seal-Tite™ Corner Seal.

Since filming this video there is a new Corner Seal Kit available with everything you need to repair and reseal RV corners. For information on where to purchase the Corner Seal Kit visit
http://catalog.sealdesignllc.com/product-category/seal-tite-corner-seal/

To watch a new Corner Seal Kit installation video visit https://youtu.be/OpVkMsGwds4

Happy Camping,
Mark Polk

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21 replies
  1. Sloppy Turtle
    Sloppy Turtle says:

    nice. Now WHY don't they just put this stuff on at the factory? Probably because they're hoping the RVs won't last…… so people will have to buy another one….. planned obsolescence.

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  2. Canadian Man
    Canadian Man says:

    Thank-you for sharing this . I just bought an older motor home that needs to have this done ( as well as other things ). Now I am able to do it right and it will last many more years .

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  3. Boondocking Mainah's
    Boondocking Mainah's says:

    We have a 2015 coleman cf16fb tt ! the other day i noticed a small area were the rubber roof mates to the aluminum corigated siding paint blisters ! i quickly went inside and after examination small areas of my ceiling and wall ! im a diy'er what would you do ?

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  4. Subscribe or 5 Years Bad Luck
    Subscribe or 5 Years Bad Luck says:

    Hello, wondering if you might be able to help me…so i just bought a 2007 itsica spirit Winnebago and it was in a flood about 6 months ago. The original owner said it sat in 5 ft. Water for 3 days. The stove, microwave, and electrical still work, but it doesn’t drive. I am wanting to have the engine fixed…so I guess what I’m asking is, can this Winnebago withstand flood waters like this and comeback to being a good and save motor home? The engine has 60k miles on it.

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