13861Re: Seam Sealer
- May 23, 2006Hi, I have a bit of chemistry and googled this subject.
I found on this site
DAP's Paintable Silicone Sealant is a true water-based silicone
caulk...so if that's what you have you can use water as a solvent.
I also found on a few sites acetic acid as a solvent, which is just
I didn't see your orginal posting because I just joined the group,
but if you are trying to seal a urethane coated fabric try this site:
--- In email@example.com, "Bill in Houston"
> I do not know for sure, but I expect that alcohol would not work
> well. Think back to all that stuff about polar vs non-polarsolvents.
> Also, I'm pretty sure you're not supposed to use the silicone
> a urethane coated fabric.wondering if
> Bill in Houston
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "sebastiantoney" <funbun2@>
> > Can denatured alcohol be used as a solvent? I never did well in
> > I've got some clear silicone caulking called DAP, and was
> > I denatured alcohol would be adequate as a solvent.
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