Suffering from sealant confusion?
"Any time a hole is drilled, even partially, through a solid structure, it provides a place for water to enter. That hole is probably at least partially filled, either by a screw or a piece of hardware. The problem is that the two parts, shaped to their own purpose, have different shapes, and it's rare for the two parts to match exactly. What is needed, whenever two or more solid objects are fastened together, is something that will keep even the smallest amount of water out, something to seal the two mating surfaces and dam the trickle before it becomes a flood . . . in other words, a sealant."
(Submitted by Noel Sat Aug 7, 2004 )
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