WASHINGTON — Caulking and sealing are not exciting tasks for most of us. However, the old adage that an “ounce of prevention brings a pound of relief” rings true.
Typically there are three types of sealing technologies that prevent leaks in your RV for windows, doors, hatches, and seams. A combination of sealant quality and owner maintenance is the key to keeping things shipshape and leak-free.
1. Compression gaskets
You may be familiar with compression gaskets found on automotive engine valve covers, which are rubber or cork gaskets between the valve cover and cylinder head and are compressed by the tightening of the valve cover bolts.
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