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Most silicone products contain acetic acid(the same stuff found in vinegar) which gives you that distinctive smell, polysulphide as used for glazing adhesive  works really well. and unlike silicone its intended use is for adhering to metals .

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13 hours ago, MC Hammer said:

I've never heard of this.  I wonder if it has something to do with it being outside?

I was told this by a car windshield replacement company. Then I started noticing it on our products we had to take apart. It might be due to the fact that it is outside in the weather. But it doesn't explain why since our monuments seams are fully sealed with silicon also so supposedly water can't get into the seam. Maybe it's more pronounced in thinner smaller material.

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