Choose the right applicator:
- Sealing around bathtubs, sinks, shower stalls, tiles and backsplashes.
- Excellent adhesion to ceramic, porcelain, glass, fiberglass composites, enamel, aluminum, stainless steel, wood, many plastics and wallboard.
- Adhesive and Caulk in one, product can be used for bonding and sealing applications.
- Contains mildewcide so cured caulk will resist mold and mildew growth
- Uncured adhesive cleans up easily with soap and water
- Permanently flexible and durable
- Long lasting, professional finish
- Ideal for humid or steamy areas
- Low odor and non-flammable
Step by step
HOW TO USE:
Step 1: Safety Precautions
Apply and cure in a well-ventilated area. Wear gloves and wash hands after use.
Step 2: Preparation
Apply sealant between 5°C and 38°C. Surfaces must be clean, dry and free of old caulk, grease, dust and other contaminants. Remove mold or mildew using bleach and detergent that does not contain ammonia. Rinse surface and allow to dry. For neat bead lines, mask both sides of the joint. Cut the tip off the cartridge or squeeze tube at a 45° angle to desired bead size minimum of 3 mm.
Step 3: Application
Using a caulking gun, apply sealant with steady pressure, forcing the sealant into the joint. Smooth bead immediately with a wet finger or a tool. Remove masking tape immediately after tooling and wipe excess off of hands and tools. Sealant is paintable with a latex or oil-based paint after 2 hours. Wait 24 to 48 hours before exposing to water.
Note: Clear sealant will extrude white and then turn to clear as it cures.
Step 4: Cleanup
Clean tools and uncured product residue immediately with warm, soapy water. Cured sealant may be carefully cut away with a sharp-edged tool.