A sunroof is usually a type of panel that allows light, air, or both to enter the car. The sunroof enhances the beauty of your car.However, a sunroof leak can cause chaos and damage the interior of your car. You may then need to repair or seal it.
In that case, you can fix or seal the sunroof of your car. You need to have all the necessary materials to permanently seal the sunroof of your car. You can seal permanently using silicone. But once you seal the sunroof, you can’t open it again without scraping off the silicone.
How to Seal a Sunroof Permanently (With Easy Way)
Look for sunroof drain tubes. These are usually very small holes that can be seen on the edge of the sunroof. Now clean the roof and sunroof with a car cleaner and a rag. Then remove all grease and dirt from there. Dry the roof and sunroof with a cloth. Or wait for the sunroof to dry completely in the sunlight.
Now insert a flexible metal wire to clean the drain tube. You can use a bicycle brake line to clean the drain tubes. It has just the right flex and perfect diameter to enter through the tubes. Carefully clean each drain hole found near the sunroof base.
Close the sunroof completely and lock it. Make sure all locks and latches are closed and check. Apply a disguised silicone sealant. Then cut the tip of the sealant tube with the handle of the gun.
Now pull around the sunroof with silicone. Pour enough silicone to cover the gap between the glass and the roof. If there is a leak in the middle of your sunroof, pour silicone on all the leaks.
Clean the excess silicone within five minutes after your sunroof is completely covered with silicone. Close the sunroof and refill if any part remains. Check the inside of the car to see if your seal is full.
While it is possible to temporarily seal a sunroof, permanently sealing it is a more difficult task. It is important to make sure that the sunroof is clean and dry before beginning the process. Once the sunroof is clean, apply a generous amount of sealant around the perimeter of the sunroof.