Step One: With mild soap and water, wash your entire camper. If you have a pop-up camper, wash your camper with the pop-up closed. If your camper is not clean, you are not going to see the seals as easily.
Step Two: Inspect your entire camper for seals that are cracked or coming away from the fixtures.
Step Three: Remove the old caulk by spraying the caulked areas with a strong citrus cleaner.
Use a plastic scraper to remove the old caulk. For easy removal, use a thick, high quality scraper.
Step Five: After removing the old caulk, wash the citrus cleaner off with soapy water and wipe it clean. If you do not wash the citrus cleaner off, it could dissolve in the new caulk and make it so the new caulking does not completely seal.
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After applying the caulk.
Step Seven: Use a spray bottle to spray soapy water on your hand. With your soapy fingers, wipe the excess caulk off with your fingers.This cleans up the caulk and keeps your hands clean.
Step Eight: After you complete the caulking, let your camper dry for at least two hours. It's very important that the camper does not sit out in the rain during this time.