Rated 2.1 out of 5 by 41
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by chris Failed to meet expectations.
I'm not sure what happened. I removed the old caulk around my tub. Preprepared the area properly. Following the directions on the back I caulked with Kwik Seal. Everything looked great. I came back to inspect the drying process about 6 hours later and noticed the caulk started to separate. It started to crack and pull away form the tile. I touched it and it was like wet chalk. Wont buy this product again.
August 11, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by DIY Mama Do not buy this caulk!
I needed to recaulk our kitchen sink as the caulk was over 7 years old and peeling out/off. I prepped it well, with some elbow grease. Removed all old caulk, cleaned it with alcohol and even blew dried it to make sure it was completely dry. To be sure I waited until the next day to caulk it. Bought a new tube to make sure it would work well. Followed directions on the tube. That was one full week ago. I did not use my sink for 2 whole days and I t took forever to dry, so I made sure not to get even a small drop on it. Fast forward a week later, it still hasn't completely dried which I thought it was. It started to bubble up and turn white like the day it came out of the tube! All my time and effort and money down the drain!!! Now I need to redo it from step one!!!!! I'm so frustrated with this product I'm going to try to return it to the store I bought it from. And I'm never buying this particular caulk again, neither for my kitchen or bath. It's two thumbs down for me and my friends and family will be advised not to use this.
July 7, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Handyman DOES NOT HOLD UP!
I spent hours cleaning the tub and rubbing it down with denatured alcohol and then let the tub dry out for two days before applying this caulk. Unfortunately, the Home Depot employee suggested I purchase this product and I did without doing my research. I applied the caulk and waited for 120 hours (5 days) before using my shower. The first shower it peeled away and now I will have to spend another weekend redoing the whole job!! Very frustrating as I only have one bathroom and have been traveling 15 miles to my closest friends home to shower while it dried. DO NOT BUY OR USE THIS PRODUCT!!! complete garbage
July 18, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Cuper Don't work
Washed after 3 shower's, don't recommend. This is junk.
May 25, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by george Great stuff
The caulk is easy to apply and sets firm very well if you know what you are doing. I recommend waiting at least 3 days before actually using any kind of water or liquid on it.
April 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Lisa9753 I use it for crown moldings
I don't use this for kitchen and bath, but use it because of the ease of application and because it says adhesive. I have been using it for crown moldings because is easy to control and I can match it to my paint colors. My thinking was if it was made for kitchen and bath, it would allow more expansion and contraction that wood can go through due to humidity. So for me this works great, but I am not a professional.
January 18, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by mooch91 WARNING - performance does not match the label
WARNING - THIS CAULK WILL NOT PERFORM AS DESCRIBED ON THE LABEL - DO NOT PURCHASE THIS PRODUCT.
Applied this caulk to the wall and floor joints on a shower stall. Joints were 1/16-1/8" in width. Allowed to cure for greater than 48 hours (label says 36). Caulk literally washed out after the second shower. I'm going to try again with Phenoseal - the one caulk that has never let me down. Even though the DAP Kwik Seal was relatively inexpensive, the time I spent on the job is now lost.
The label says "kitchen and bath" and "waterproof seal". Based on my results (and apparently the results of many other Home Depot customers), I'm not sure how DAP can claim either.
December 2, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by eric Get something else
Followed all directions. Cleaned out old caulk and applied this product and it just kept cracking. Never got it to seal correctly after three attempts. Waiting 36 hrs for it to cure after each attempt when you have a wife and two kids is a no go.
March 14, 2016