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DAP 10.1 oz. Flexible Clear Sealant
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DAP

10.1 oz. Flexible Clear Sealant

$7.95 /each

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The DAP 10.1 oz. Flexible Clear Sealant provides excellent adhesion even on damp surfaces. The synthetic rubber-based elastomeric formulation is crystal clear when dry, paintable and permanently flexible. It adheres to most common building materials.

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  • Synthetic rubber-based formula adheres to damp surfaces
  • Also adheres to glass, fiberglass, wood, metal, stone, brick, concrete and ceramic
  • Paintable
  • Mold- and mildew resistant
  • Permanently flexible
  • Meets ASTM specification C 920
  • Subject to or will include a recycling fee in the following states: CA, OR

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Is this silicone?

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If not, then what material is it?
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October 5, 2016
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DAP® Clear Premium Elastomeric Sealant (Flexible Clear Sealant) is a solvent based synthetic rubber formula. This product is not a silicone based formula as indicated in the posted "Community Answer".
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This item is silicone.
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can this product be used on aluminum to patch small holes?

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September 15, 2016
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DAP Flexible CLEAR Sealant will bond well to a wide range of common building products, however, it is designed and recommend for use as a joint/gap sealant, not as a "patching compound". As indicated on the product package and supporting product literature: "Joint size should not exceed 3/8" wide by 3/8" deep", this product is not intended for use as a "patch" or "filler".
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This item can be used on glass, fiberglass, wood, metal, stone, brick, concrete and ceramic.
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Can it be used in a shower over tile grout as sealant?

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May 31, 2016
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DAP Clear Flexible Sealant is not recommended for use as a grout substitute.
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May 30, 2016
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Yes, it can be used for shower/bath application.
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Seal around camper windows and doors? Good adhesion, flexibility and paintability is prioty. Camper orig used butyl tape

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Do not want to use silicon, prevoisly siliconed and had poor adhesion to plastic seam and silicon is not paintable.
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April 5, 2016
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Because of compatibility concerns (as a result of the previously applied silicone based sealant), as a general rule, it is recommended to use a silicone based sealant to reseal the window assemblies.
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This sealant can be used for glass, fiberglass, wood, metal, stone, brick, concrete, and ceramic surfaces.
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Rated 3.0 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fantastic sealer around Window Air-Conditioning Units I believe this was the product I used to seal all of the gaps around my three window, air-conditioning units. I couldn't find it the last few summers in my big box stores; I believe I last used it the summer of 2014. It was fantastic; so much easier than cutting and fitting foam into the gaps. Easy removal, too. Someone suggested that, perhaps, it is only available in the fall to prepare windows for winter. However I really need it in the summer! I used the caulk-styled tube and a good caulk gun. October 18, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Instructions I had to guess at how to apply it. So far, so good. October 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by No instructions on-line; DAP should add a link No instructions on-line where you say they are, which makes product useless September 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Frustrating - Hard to read instructions. DAP's response to the other guy's complaint was less than worthless. It gave a link that gave me hope that you would actually have an answer as to how to use this stuff. NO SUCH LUCK. You just got me stuck in a loop on the DAP website; leading me back to the same place. I'm still looking... I actually gave it ONE star on their site... But they don't accept one star ratings.... So I'm trying it here . September 13, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Application instructions impossible to read The clear sealant in its transparent container makes reading the application instructions and use warnings fine print impossible to read. Simple solution would be to print something like "CLEAR" in perhaps green on the back, then a layer of white, then the existing application instructions and warnings over the white in the same black ink used today. I needed to know how soon the curing sealant could be exposed to water. BTW, the web site fails to make any application information available either. July 22, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Easy, smooth application The product was used to seal cracks & crevices between brick pavers on mom & dad in-law's patio. Perfect time to buy a new grill for a May birthday celebration! Yes, Home Depot is one place we will visit for a gas grill April 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent solvent-based Caulk This is an excellent solvent-based caulk, this is ideal for between storm windows and window frames. It's meant to stay flexible, and allows you to remove the storm when it's time to repainted years later. It is really ideal for outdoor use. Also make sure you have used this on a very clean surface before writing a stupid sounding review. It's solvent based so if the surface is damp, it will repel water and still stick. I have used Dap for years and years, if you know what it's for, it works excellent for that purpose. *Note* this product does not clean up with water, you need to be extra careful applying it to decorative surfaces so that cleanup is minimal. October 13, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by disaster I bought two tubes of this calk for a critical job, one for backup. The first tube developed a leak around the end cap half-way through the tube. As much material then oozed sideways out of the leak as out of the tip that should form the bead. I then went to the second tube and a larger leak immediately developed at the end, so large that no material could be forced out of the tip to form a normal bead. I have been using caulk for many years and never encountered anything like this. I will never touch another DAP product again. December 26, 2015
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