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DAP

Model 00790

Internet #100634325

Store SKU #776727

Store SO SKU #166706

3.0 9 oz. White Advanced Kitchen, Bath and Plumbing Sealant

$7.48 /each

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DAP 3.0 Kitchen, Bath and Plumbing High Performance Sealant is ideal for caulking and sealing tubs, showers, sinks, backsplashes, counter tops, toilets, fixtures and for repairing loose tiles. It is the only sealant that offers 10 year mold resistance specially formulated with Microban antimicrobial product protection which fights the growth of stain and odor-causing mold and mildew on the sealant, so the sealant is easier to clean and stays cleaner between cleanings. DAP 3.0 kitchens, bath and plumbing high performance sealant is 100% waterproof and is water resistant in 30 minutes to get the room back in use quicker and also reduces the risk of ruining the project by getting the sealant wet too early. Perfect for kitchen and bath projects, it adheres to ceramic tile, glass, natural stone, vinyl, polystyrene, wood, metal, drywall and painted surfaces.

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  • 100% waterproof
  • Water resistant in 30 minutes
  • 10-year mold resistance, backed by Microban antimicrobial product protection
  • Shrink and crack proof guarantee
  • Low odor
  • Outstanding adhesion to a wide range of substrates
  • Lifetime guarantee
  • Meets ASTM C920
  • Paintable in 30 minutes
  • Low VOC content
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Is this a "polymer" sealant?

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August 11, 2016
I'm interested in a tub surround and the manufacturer (SturdiFit) recommends using an "advanced kitchen and bath polymer sealant." Does this sealant meet that requirement?
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August 16, 2016
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DAP 3.0 is classified as an "Advanced Polymer" chemistry (it is not a silicone based chemistry as indicated under the Community Answers reply).
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August 12, 2016
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This product is silicone, and is ideal for caulking and sealing tubs.
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Can I use this on a polypropylene surfaces

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February 12, 2016
Please send the information right away. I'm going to use it on the bottom frame of a shower enclosure on the outside. thanks for you help. Debbie
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February 16, 2016
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DAP® 3.0™ Advanced Kitchen, Bath & Plumbing Sealant should bond well to most properly prepared (clean/dry) plastics.
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February 15, 2016
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This item cannot be used on polypropylene.
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Contractor wants to know if this items can be clean with water when used?

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May 13, 2016
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DAP 3.0 Advanced Kitchen, Bath and Plumbing Sealant requires mineral spirits for clean up.
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Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by So glad I got on here before I started! My husband picked this up the other week, so it's what I had on hand to do my bathtub to tile seal. Now, never having caulked a bathtub before, and never having used this caulk I got onto HD and read the reviews..and panicked a little! I got good advice though, and I have a few things to add..especially for other beginners. I don't think I could read the instructions on the back of the tube without two 100 watt lights and a big magnifying glass. I definitely used painters tape to keep it neat and make clean up a lot easier. I didn't have any mineral spirits around, but I did use goo gone to clean the old silicone residue off of the shower unit. I found that my 91% Isopropyl alcohol from the drug store worked just fine for tooling and clean-up. I didn't even try water...not after reading here. Gloves, nitrile gloves...get a very tight fit if you can. I was battling baggy gloves but had infinitely better results after I figured out that I needed to pull the glove very tightly over my finger. For tooling, I found that a damp finger started dragging too fast in the caulk, but that a gloved finger very very wet with Isopropyl Alcohol slid right along and allowed me to get a very smooth finish. If my glove loosened, I would start seeing drag marks in the caulking. As a beginner, I mistakenly squeezed too much out of the joint on my first round, and was able to go back and add a second coat without a problem. This product has roughly the consistency and spreading properties of very dense marshmallow fluff, so for my fellow New Englanders, this project is a bit like a cross between making a fluffernutter, and ...I dunno neurosurgery? I used about a half roll of paper towels, with wastebasket nearby, and kept a section of the towel saturated with the alcohol so that I could clean the stuff off of my finger after each pass. After a few clean-offs I would move to the next paper towel...because otherwise it starts getting all over you. Once I finally had it all smooth, I removed the tape and then gave it another light once-over with a very wet finger (alcohol not water) to make sure the edges were smooth as well. It set up pretty fast, but not so fast that I had to rush to tool it. I haven't tested the waterproofness after 30 minutes..had no need. So far it looks really good...a little blindingly white..hope it mellows. June 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Impressive results where other caulks had failed This the third caulk I have used on the guest bathroom in 5 years. The previous, all eventually shrank enough they pulled away in spots. The DAP 3.0 came out of the tube creamy and smooth, and it did adhere quickly to the tile and bathtub surfaces, and my fingers when I went to smooth out. I did use painter's tape to guide the caulk and I did wet my finger with rubbing alcohol to help achieve a very nice smooth surface. What remained on my hands did clean up with some vigorous scrubbing with soapy water. As promised it cured to the touch in about 30 minutes, and cured completely in 24 hours. It is very durable in daily use. I have had no discoloration with bleach products. It did not shrink at all in curing process. I will use again. January 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by excellent caulk for professional caulkers. Amateurs will not be happy i worked as a maintenance supervisor at a 138 unit complex that had been completely remodeled. the caulk the plumbers used got moldy, and released from showers surrounds, causing massive leaks all over the place. i used this product, and was sold on the adhesion properties. it is difficult to work with, and can be hard to clean up if you get it on something you didnt intend to. apply an even bead, then lightly run a finger along the joint, slowly removing excess caulk. keep a lot of rags handy to wipe finger of excess material. caulk will be mold free, and will last a long time. June 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by worst caulk i have ever used i wish that I had read the reviews before I bought this product. It is very thick, hard to work with, and sticks to everything including the nozzle, the tube, the caulk gun, your hands, etc. Clean up was a nightmare. I saw that one of the DAP experts commented that you need to clean this up with mineral spirits, but the writing on the tube is almost impossible to read so I did not know this ahead of time. If I had, I wouldn't have bought it. I have no idea how this will hold up over time, but it just isn't worth the aggravation. May 26, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Simply Bad Stuff I have used DAP caulk in all its various forms for my whole life and I have to say this is the worse caulk I have ever worked with. First, it's very very thick coming out of the tube. As with all caulks I use, I usually cut the caulk nozzle too discharge a small (1/16 - 1/8") bead. I really had to struggle to squeeze the caulk out of the tube. Secondly, it's very hard to apply it and get a nice fillet even with a finger dipped in mineral spirits. Thirdly, it had trouble sticking to tile grout, it would simply not bond to it well even though the grout was meticulously cleaned and dried beforehand. I am retiring the caulk to Home Depot today for a refund! March 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worst Ever Comes out of tube like a thick goo..not easy to work and flow into gaps. Sticks to everything..including hands and tools..I understand this caulk needs clean up with mineral spirits but it would be nice to see that on the front of tube. Unless you are a expert caulker I would stay away..not for the average homeowner.Will be returning for refund but I wonder how I am going to clean up my bathtub. April 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by worst caulking I have ever used This caulking is hard to work with. It is very thick and sticky and needs a lot of pressure to get it out. It does't dry properly, is sticky to the touch when 'dry' and thus attracts dust and grit. I will never buy this product again April 29, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Dp 3.0 This is the worst caulk I've ever used. Since I'm a DIY'er, there are many tasks I don't do regularly. Caulking is one of them. My task was to caulk the base of a white toilet to dark gray vinyl flooring. My usual method of caulking is the "wet finger" method where I apply the caulk and then use a wet finger to smooth my irregular bead. This method did not work at all. When smoothing the bead, the caulk spread to the vinyl and is impossible to clean. Worse yet, I can't remove the caulk in order to reapply. I'm hoping I can apply a different caulk on top of 3.0 and then use a dark colored caulk to hide the sloppily applied 3.0. If you are capable of applying a quality bead, then this product may for you. For a typical DIY'er, try something else. March 7, 2016
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