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  Sometimes, silicone sealant can make
  Posted by: ezwater on Jun-17-13 10:02 PM (EST)
 

it hard for other sealants to adhere. Or, so goes the suburban legend.

There's a white Dupont sealant that comes in caulk tubes. I don't know the number, but someone else will. I used it as a gap-filling glue for foam panels, and it held and remained flexible.

If you come into a small inheritance, you might think of a longer, narrower, better designed canoe.

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