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Handling Leaks

Looking for experience caulking a leak at
toerail, midway on the deck. Which is best -
3M 4200 which is white or just clear marine
silicone? Any better ideas.
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Handling Leaks

I regularily use a polysulfide rubber to caulk teak seams on my deck. It seems to work pretty well.
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