Thursday, November 30, 2023


Stop water leaks with Seal-Tite Corner Seal

By Bob Difley

Seal Design's new Seal-Tite Corner Seal tape
Seal Design’s new Seal-Tite Corner Seal tape

Water leaks into your RV are not something to be ignored as the damage that can be done can be expensive and time consuming. It is important to stop leaks immediately upon discovery. There is a way to stop these leaks at the vulnerable corners where panels meet. 

Seal Design’s new Seal-Tite™ Corner Seal tape is made to be applied where RV panels join at the corner of RV walls. The elastomeric material sticks and conforms to any smooth or irregular surface, including S-locks.

Seal Design, an affiliate of Dicor Corporation, was prompted to join the e-commerce market after many RV service centers began supplying feedback about the potential of selling Corner Seal, and other products of its kind, online.

This concept was then explored even more when several RV owners contacted Seal Design inquiring about the availability of the product.

“Sales to do-it-yourself RVers and RV service centers have been nothing less than amazing,”
says Greg Kelly, general manager of Seal Design. “We had our first order within an hour of
going live with the new online system. This new resource will allow RV owners to quickly obtain this essential product for stopping corner leaks.”

The Dicor Corporation is a major, long-time supplier to the RV industry through its affiliated companies.

Learn more or purchase direct on the Seal Design website.

You can find Bob Difley’s RVing ebooks on Amazon Kindle.

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ShaleAnn Cluff (@guest_49704)
4 years ago

Can you paint over this tape?

RV Staff
4 years ago
Reply to  ShaleAnn Cluff

Sorry, ShaleAnn. I checked their website (quickly) and didn’t see that mentioned. You could write to the company by going to this page: Good luck. 😀 —Diane at

Richard Russell (@guest_1525)
7 years ago

Too many repairs to a 2015 Tiffin Allegro: sink caulking, bathroom press to on switch, overhead vent replacement, entry step motor failure @400 miles, replacement of antenna for our tv, and the list just goes on! We had an 03 Seabreeze that had the refrigerator fail so rather than replace that we opted for the ‘Cadillac’ of motor homes but by now are extremely disappointed-! Even with a warranty, we need arrange and travel 100 miles for each repair! Heads up to any potential Tiffin buyer and ‘perhaps’ it’s not the manufacturers fault due to most of this ‘stuff’ (unsatisfactory) parts are made outside our country!

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