RV Slide-Out Seals

Uni-Grip’s slide-out seals for recreational vehicles (RV) and campers are the solution you need to keep dust, rain, and snow out of your RV and outside where it belongs. We have a very diverse line up of slide-out seals for your RV. All our slide-out seals have a combination of wipers and bulbs to achieve a clean wiping mechanism along with a soft seal of the slide-out room to seal out the elements.

Our slide-out seals can be attached with a clip-on mechanism or 3M tape. Our newest design is the patent pending Uni-Seal, which is attached with 3M tape for adhesion and sealing and is also reinforced with screws.


The Uni-Seal System is made of three parts: Uni-Seal, Uni-Seal B and the Uni-Seal F. This new slide-out sealing system encompasses all the seals you will need to seal most slide-out rooms on RV’s and campers. Uni-Grip has put together everything you need to remove and replace your slide-out seal with the Slide-Out Seal Replacement Kit.

To view all Uni-Grip’s slide-out seals you can checkout the Seal Finder which has prints, dimensions and the ability to order seals directly from our e-commerce store!

How Do Slide-out Seals Work?

Slide-out seals are designed to create a watertight seal between the slide-out room and the RV. They help prevent leaks by keeping water from getting in around the edges of the slide-out room.

Preventing RV Slide-out Seal Leaks

If leaks form along the seals where the slide attaches, getting them fixed as soon as possible is essential to avoid further water damage. You can do a few things to help prevent leaks, such as regularly checking the seals to ensure they're clean and free of debris. You should also avoid using the slide-out room in extreme weather conditions since this can put additional strain on the seals.

Lubricating RV Slide-out Seals

To help prevent leaks, it's important to regularly lubricate the seals on your RV slide-out. Depending on how often you use the slide, you can do this every few months or as needed. Be sure to use a high-quality lubricant that won't damage the seals (we recommend a non-petroleum-based lubricant for rubber seals). Apply a small amount of lubricant to the seal, and then use a cloth to wipe away any excess.

Don’t forget to check out our Seal Finder. to determine the perfect fit for your application!

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