Is there a recognised 'best' sealant to use to give the screen rubbers a little more life? I had intended to use my trusty tube of Bostik black gloop that my father used for sticking stick-on rubber soles onto worn-out shoe soles, but as the tradition of stick-on soles has long since gone to the great cobblers in the sky the Bostik seems to have gone with it, and for the first time in 50 years I find nary a drop of black sealant in the houseDARK STAR wrote: ↑Wed Sep 05, 2018 9:12 pmthe old rubber and insert.
There are gaps of up to 6 mm in places and of course the rubber is perished here and there.
I carried out a major renovation with black Sika and have probably cured the leaks, time will tell.
I hope I never need to remove the screen ...
So, major event, a new tube of sealant in the offing... but which one, as I really don't want to waste a 310ml cartridge of stuff on a job only needing a few mls. Also, since there are gaps to be filled, I want something that will not slump so it needs to be a bit of a caulk/filler too. And all in a 25ml toothpaste tube, now is that too much to ask? Something like this, perhaps, but with filler?
All suggestions appreciated. Thanks