From the bloggers at Live. Work. Dream.
Preventative maintenance is important to keep your RV in the best condition possible. Many such tasks are not as difficult as they are tedious and time consuming. But the alternative is an expensive trip to the shop to get it done—or worse yet, an even more expensive trip if you don’t do them! Case in point: re-sealing the exterior seams on your RV.
Previously, I’ve described how to replace exterior RV weather molding. Recently, I took the time to remove and replace all the Dicor used to seal the seams on our exterior walls, roof and trim.
On our previous rig, I had once used silicone caulk to seal an exposed area of trim that was allowing moisture into the wooden wall. I regretted that later when I had to remove it and do the job right.
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