Originally Posted by Schuffyman
no, not on the roof. It's along the sides (fiberglass with gel coating sides). All the moldings along the side are sealed with it. I don't have a problem with it but I purchased dicor lap sealant to touch it up and now I'm wondering if I have to remove the silicone to get the dicor sealant to stick. The roof is fine and I haven't seen any silicone of the roof.
I did the same thing, bought black pro-flex sealant to go over the moldings down the sides. Yes, the silicone has to go, mine was starting to peel in spots, so I'm ripping the silicone off a section at a time and re-caulking it. That stuff is rough to work with, you've got one chance to lay a smooth bead, there's no using the "finger swipe" method like you can do with silicone.