How To Maintain RV Slide-Out Seals

How To Maintain RV Slide-Out Seals
RV slide-out rooms have both inner and outer seals (I also refer to them as gaskets, but seals is probably the more accurate word). They keep the slides sealed …

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  • What happens to baby powder when rained on? Seems like it would be washed off or cause a paste to build up? Enjoying the channel. Very professional and informative. 🙂

  • Interesting. I would have thought the powder would dry the rubber seals. But if y’alls still look that good after using the powder for 7 years, I guess it doesn’t. Thanks.

  • I hope you have found an alternative to using baby powder since you made this video. I want you to stay healthy. In 2015 lawsuits showed that makers of Talc Baby Power knowingly sold Baby Powder that contained asbestos.

  • Hey guys, thanks for all the great videos! I just wanted to point out that most baby powders these days consist of corn starch and not talcum powder. I'm assuming that the original recommendation was for talc and not corn starch. While the two have many similar properties I'm not certain that corn starch would work as well as talcum. What are your thoughts?

  • HEY GUYS I REMEMBER YOU SAYING YOU HAD A BOUNDER BEFORE THE NEWMAR. I HAVE A 2004 35R. I WAS WONDERING HOW TO ACCESS SLIDE MECHANISMS FOR THE REAR SLIDE OUT. I'VE CALL FLEETWOOD ON SEVERAL THINGS AND THEY'VE BEEN WRONG MORE TIMES THAN RIGHT. ONE GIRL HAD ME REMOVING MY WASHER/DRYER COMBO TO CHANGE WATER HEATER ELEMENT AND I KNEW THAT WAS WRONG AS I FOUND THE ACCESS PANEL UNDER THE COACH. SO I DON'T HAVE GOOD CONFIDENCE IN FLEETWOOD TECH SUPPORT. THANK YOU.

  • another way you might go is spray silicone. I've used it for years on vehicle door weather strip to prevent sticking in winter time and extend life of the seals. Can spray it on rag to wipe the seals or spray directly on the seals and wipe down with a rag. No greasy residue and keeps the seals supple / soft for longevity.