WE SAY NO TO GUTTER BUTTER
Who is Gutter Butter?
RV gutters only come in certain lengths- like 14 or 16′- which means the manufacturer has to “butt” one piece of gutter up to the next piece to make a continuous drainage run.
That butt joint is NEVER sealed at the factory OR at the RV dealer before you take it off the lot, so when debris like pine needles or tree leaves – fall into the unsealed gutters, rainwater then creates ugly Gutter Butter that starts running down the side of your RV.
This will eventually cause staining, delamination, and even leaks in your slide, roof, or floor- and that can get EXPENSIVE to fix.
At No Bull RV, we take the time to fix the butt joints on EVERY RV before it rolls out our door.
how do you avoid him?
It’s vital that you inspect your roof every Spring and Fall and if you see any small cracks or holes developing, the sealent NEEDS to be re-applied.
This is important: DO NOT use silicone for this job! Gutter Butter doesn’t care what Phil Swift says about Flex-Seal tape, he will STILL manage to get in there. Therefore, use the actual product that was meant for this job: Dicor Self-Leveling sealant, which is available for sale at most RV dealers, including No Bull RV.