The seals for our acrylic domed skylight on our 1972 Play-Pac Hitch Hut is acting more like a seive than something approaching watertight.
Anybody have any advice for how to remove the inches of silicone and then re-seating the thing so it's weatherproof?
We've removed the interior insulation, so we're down to fiberglass on the inside. The outside of the trailer had a waterproof skin laid down all over it, but it's leaking all around the skylight (as well as most of the other windows
I have a very complete fabrication shop, so I can make whatever necessary, so I was thinking a plastic mounting ring that's resin'ed into the room, then gaskets above and below the acrylic with a screwed down right to seal it, though that's seems a little overkill.
Anybody have any experience with a good way to mount these?
Earl and Katie