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    black sticky putty.......what is it?

    Does anyone know the name of that sticky black putty that is sometimes used in car audio installs for various purposes?

    I say it is putty b/c it has sort of the same consistency as silly putty (or a cross between silly putty & play dough), and when I say sticky I mean that it is sticky enough to stay put when pushed up against a surface, but not so sticky that it gets all messy when you want to take it off or work with it in general. Also, this putty does NOT harden (like epoxy does), but rather stays soft & moldable.

    Can anyone tell me the name of this product and/or where I can pick some up?

    Thanks for the help!

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    gorilla snot is what we called in, i used to be an installer.

    strip caulk i think is the official name. no idea where to buy it, we just always had it around.
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    Thanks!!!

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