primer goes on the surface your are bonding your rail to, helps it stick betterT:HI Guys
I was going to fit mine today but thankfully was checking the forum for how to do it before I started and made a complete beep mess of it... When you say use window bonding and primer could you explain in a tad more detail for me.. I imagine the window bonding goes onto the rail that comes into contact with the gutter, what is the primer for... I thought primer was for painting.. sorry if i am being a numpty
cheers for any help
It doesnt though, you cant tell mine has got an awning rail on unless you go looking for it, the reimo one seems way overpriced for something that sticks out like a sore thumb as opposed to £8 worth of J rail nicely hidden awaywhy dont you just fit a reimo multirail looks far better but does come at a price
I found a guy doing windscreen repairs in a car park somewhere and bought a tube of the stuff used to bond windows in for a tenner. Figured if it was strong enough for windscreens it'd cope with an awning. Haven't been proved wrong yet....Hi guys,
For those with rails fitted in the gutter channel, do you have any trouble with the awning rubbing on the edge of the roof?
I've just bought a Motordome Sleeper and was thinking of going down the bonded gutter route.
Is the best stuff Sikaflex 252 for bonding? Not found anywhere that sells it at a sensible price - about £20 a tube on ebay. Anyone any thoughts where to get it from? Saw a post mentioning Sikaflex EBT from Screwfix. Anyone used this? Really don't want to drill.