> You are headed in the right direction but please DO NOT PUT Coax-Seal
>directly on your connectors. You cannot ever remove it and you will have to
>cut the connector off if you ever plan on using it again in the future.
> Coax-Seal is one of the worst products ever perpetrated on the amateur radio
>market. Professional antenna riggers use a real butyl rubber that will peel
>off of the connector, revealing not only a waterproof joint but like new
>hardware underneath. CoaxSeal will not do that. This material is referred
>to as "vapor wrap" and provides a moisture barrier to coax connector joints.
> In addition, the CoaxSeal will harden and crack over time when exposed to
>direct sunlight and weather.
It has been a while since I did this, but I think Coax Seal dissolves pretty
well in gasoline. If you really wanted to salvage a connector with Coax
Seal on it, I recommend trying to wash it with gasoline and then wash the
gasoline off with something else like alcohol. Careful! Gasoline explodes
and burns like crazy.