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Old October 6th, 2016, 06:57 PM
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Door vapour barrier sealant?

Quick question, does anyone know what that black super sticky non drying sealant used to hold the vapour barrier on the newer puma doors (maybe the old ones too?).
Seems to be a bit different, more viscous, than acoustic sealant used on a house vapour barrier.


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Quick question, does anyone know what that black super sticky non drying sealant used to hold the vapour barrier on the newer puma doors (maybe the old ones too?).
Seems to be a bit different, more viscous, than acoustic sealant used on a house vapour barrier.


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It's likely 3M Strip Caulk, or something like it.....even if it's not that specifically, the Strip Caulk would likely get the job done.
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It's likely 3M Strip Caulk, or something like it.....even if it's not that specifically, the Strip Caulk would likely get the job done.
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