A heat gun should soften the old stuff but I wonder what I could use to
I have a number of leaks at joints that I have tried to fix but there is
so much old sealant already there that applying more just doesn't work.
Or maybe a smaller one for a Dremel tool (if you have one).
Other than a sharp putty knife, you might want to try gasoline or laquer
I have my doubts about the heat-gun. You might also look at a plumbers
I really don't know how these silicone or latex sealants react to
I don't blame you for wanting to blame someone else for what you wrote.
From looking at your replies in this forum, you're pretty much clueless
You're a moron, & I'm starting to feel sorry for you.
If you enjoy wasting your time with poor results, just keep trying to
repair your old gutters. People with a need for effective solutions
would immediately replace the old gutters with new...faster, and much
longer lasting. Talk to a pro that does seamless gutters. The field is
very competitive most places and prices are correspondingly
reasonable. End result will look better on your house, too.
On Saturday, 26 November 2011 16:28:19 UTC, John wrote:
My boyfriend used gutter sealant on my toilet pipe when I had a leak in the middle of the night...and it looks awful .. I need it fixing properly and need to get the ugly gutter sealant off it...what's the best way do you think? any ideas?
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