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DAP 10.1 oz. White 100% Silicone Sealant (2-Pack)-DISCONTINUED

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10.1 oz. White 100% Silicone Sealant (2-Pack)-DISCONTINUED

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DAP 100% Silicone Sealant Rubber Sealant is an all-purpose, one component, acetoxy cure sealant ideal for indoor/outdoor use. It provides a watertight, flexible seal that will not crack, crumble or shrink. Once cured, it is unaffected by temperature extremes (-40F to 400F). It is ideal for caulking and sealing around windows, doors, siding, trim, gutters, vents and molding.

  • Superior quality
  • Minimal shrinkage
  • 50 year durability guarantee
  • Meets ASTM C920, Class 25, Type S, Grade NS
  • Subject to or will include a recycling fee in the following states: CA, OR

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10.1 oz. White 100% Silicone Sealant (2-Pack)-DISCONTINUED is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Take Your Time with 100% Silicone Caulk This is as good as silicone caulk gets - 100% and a 50 year guarantee. You cannot paint over 100% silicone. (Some brands say you can but you will find they are not 100% and the additive to make paint stick lessens the adhesion a bit). Fortunately, DAP and other brands offer 100% silicone in more and more colors. When you see the color on the tip of the tube remember that it will be shinier when actually applied. To get a professional caulk line, get some no-bleed edging tape such as 3M Scotch Blue or Frog Tape (available at Home Depot). Carefully run a long strip of tape along what will be one edge of your caulk line, pressing the edge firmly in place. Run another line of tape no more than one quarter inch and parallel to your first line of tape. Most silicone caulk lines should be a bit less than one quarter inch but no more. With tape firmly in place, run a bead right over the double line of tape. Don't worry if your bead is a bit "bumpy" - you will smooth it out. Once the bead is down, dip your finger in about half cup of water mixed with a few drops dishwashing soap. The soapy water actually works better than mineral spirits and does not threaten to degrade the silicone. Run your finger over once, If not smooth to your satisfaction, clean your finger in a paper towel, dip in the soapy water, and run over it again. Once your caulk is smooth, you are ready to remove the tape, The tape should be slowly peeled away, perpendicular to the caulk line. Do this shortly after the caulk is down, for if it dries with the tape down, it will be more difficult to peel away. If you are slow and steady, you wlll end up with a very professional looking, clean-edged caulk line. Clean up your caulk gun and hands with mineral spirits afterwards and allow the caulk a good day to cure. This method is easy and will give you surprisingly neat looking results.
Date published: 2014-03-17
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