tank sealant

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Gt380ccc
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tank sealant

Postby Gt380ccc » Tue Apr 23, 2019 8:06 pm

hi all

I have had a tank sealant product in my tank for around 3 years, its called tank cure, comes in the light yellow tins.

no problems for a good while but now have a pin hole leak which appears to be on the seam to the rear of the tank, question is, would it be possible to just drain the tank, flush out with water etc and just pour in a new tin of the same product, don't what to use the sealant stripper as the paintwork is A1..

thanks

john

Gt380ccc
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Re: tank sealant

Postby Gt380ccc » Sun May 12, 2019 7:59 am

hi

just to say that this worked, did not remove the sealer just topped it up if you like, cheers

barney01
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Re: tank sealant

Postby barney01 » Sun May 12, 2019 9:16 am

I have had a bad experience with tank seal and would never go there again. However it seems to have worked for you so result!


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