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Old 08-01-2009, 12:06 PM
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Does anyone have a good fix for a windshield washer bottle? its off my 2000 chevy silverado. it has a small crack just above the bottom. thanks
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Old 08-01-2009, 02:08 PM
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"The Right Stuff" is some of the best silicone out there.....I have used it on washer bottles before without issue. Make sure the aready is clean, dry, and scuffed a bit

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ok thanks, i have never seen it before but i will look for it and use it, thanks a lot.
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How much could the bottle really be? Why not just replace it and never worry about it leaking again?
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j b weld does a hell of a good job ,so does a hot glue gun did a good job on my 87 c-10
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How about duct tape, even NASA uses it. JK
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i know nasa uses it but it would not last long with the washer fluid, i work in aviation and we have some silicone but i just wanted some ideas from others who has had this problem, thanks
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