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DAP Kwik Seal Plus 5.5 oz. Kitchen and Bath Adhesive Caulk with Microban
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DAP

Kwik Seal Plus 5.5 oz. Kitchen and Bath Adhesive Caulk with Microban

  • 100% waterproof, siliconized kitchen and bath sealant
  • Formulated with MICROBAN antimicrobial protection
  • Strong adhesion to a wide variety of materials
$3.98 /each

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White
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5.5

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The DAP Kwik Seal Plus 5.5 oz. Kitchen and Bath Adhesive Caulk with Microban in high-gloss white is formulated to fight bacteria, mold and mildew. The siliconized latex sealant provides maximum adhesion and flexibility for a watertight seal in any kitchen or bath application.

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Is DAP Kwik Seal Plus OK for outdoor use?

We have a pipe sticking out of our roof. Around it, there is space, which causes water to run down the pipe into our garage. Is it OK to seal the pipe with Kwik Seal Plus? We live in Pennsylvania, where we experience temperatures from about 0 deg F to 95 deg F.
Asked by: Joking
Avoid All caulk products made by DAP. They are not water-resistant and will dissolve in no time. Basically wortless! Get GE caulk instead.
Answered by: 80sGuy
Date published: 2016-03-20

Cannot read directions on caulk tube. Type too small. How to use to set sink drain?

Asked by: Salty
When caulking, always remove all old remnants and make sure everything underneath and around the area is completely dry. Any little moisture will destroy the caulk resulting in costly time-consuming tear-downs and rework. Instructions: cut the tip in an angle, slowly and evenly spread as you run along the edges. Finally use your finger (index or middle) and smooth out the edges. Wipe clean (running along) the edges with a damp towel and try not to push the middle part where the caulk is sealing. If you have a fan, blow it dry overnight. Instruction for this caulk calls for: ready to paint after 2 hours, and wait after 36 hours before exposing to water. Before doing the work, I'd seriously look into replacing this brand of caulk if I were you. DAP isn't a very good brand at all when it comes to caulking. They make decent dry-wall (dry-dex) spackling though. I recommend GE caulk.
Answered by: 80sGuy
Date published: 2016-12-30

I've got a piece of tile that got loose/sink. Can I attacth it back w/kwik seal plus?

Asked by: sonspot
DAP KWIK Seal Plus can be used for minor repair projects such as resecuring a loose tile, soap tray or trim piece providing that at least one of the two materials to be bonded are porous and that the application conditions are in accordance with the package label recommendations.
Answered by: DAPProductExpert
Date published: 2016-03-20

Used this product 2 years ago. It is now molding. What is the best way to remove it from metal r...

Used this product 2 years ago. It is now molding. What is the best way to remove it from metal rails of the shower door? Tried De-Solv-it.
Asked by: Sam
For removal of any DAP acrylic latex based sealant, we would recommend the use of DAP CAULK-BE-GONE Caulk Remover.
Answered by: DAPProductExpert
Date published: 2017-03-14
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Kwik Seal Plus 5.5 oz. Kitchen and Bath Adhesive Caulk with Microban is rated 1.7 out of 5 by 93.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I caulked my shower with this product. What caught my eye when picking out this caulk at Home Dep... I caulked my shower with this product. What caught my eye when picking out this caulk at Home Depot was that this product claims to be more stain and mold resistant, and so as the name "Kwik" implies that it would set fast, later I find this product to be anything but quick or "kwik". I'm not a handy man pro so I don't know a good caulk from a hole in the ground, so I just picked out what looked good. After reading all the bad reviews on this site, and on Amazon, I'm kicking my self for not doing my research before picking out my caulk. I about had a heart attack thinking that I am facing certain doom as soon as I take my first shower. I decided to get an expert opinion so I called DAP. The person I talked to seemed very knowledgeable and told me that the common mistake is that people do not let the caulk set long enough, and that I should probably wait 14 days for the caulk to cure, to be sure. The instructions say to wait 24 hours for the caulk to cure. I, as I'm guessing most as well, do not want to wait 14 days for caulk to cure! My main goal in writing this review at this point is to let other people know that the cure time may not be 24 hours as advertised, this is told to me by DAP technical staff (the person that I talked to at DAP). The DAP support person told me that this is a water based product and all of the water needs to be removed during the curing process. DAP should change their instructions, and make the instructions clear about the curing time. I'm going to wait 14 days to let the caulk cure, I don't want to wait 14 days, but I also don't want a caulk melt down like others have experienced. I will try to update this review in a month from now, and I hope for good luck!
Date published: 2016-10-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I don't know why everyone else complains about this caulk but I think they put it on wet or moist... I don't know why everyone else complains about this caulk but I think they put it on wet or moist surfaces or they are putting it on too thick because I have been using this caulk for years and I don't usually get problems with it not drying/curing. If any water gets to any part of it that isn't 100% dry within a week or so and the moisture sits on it then it will definitely wind up running. Keep in mind this is not a higher quality siliconized or grouted caulk. Those caulks are meant to be 100% waterproof in a day or two and cost more. The only problems I often used to have were that the caulk was too thin like it was overly watered down and it would wind up shrinking big time. This would make small holes and gaps that I would have to fill in a second time and sometimes even a third time. However, DAP has definitely changed the formula that they have made this out of recently because it smells different and the shrinking problem has largely gone away. I used to give this a 2 or 3 star rating but it now gets 4 stars with the newer user friendly formula.
Date published: 2017-01-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from All the bad reviews seem to be the user I have used this stuff for years. It stays bright white. Doesnt attract dirt like regular caulkings and also seals gaps and seams. Use the product correctly and you won't have issues. This is a water based sealant offering application flexibility and water clean up. Keep that in mind. Use a silicone where more water exposure is anticipated. Read the labels or hire a professional.
Date published: 2017-02-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Please stop selling this product No residue, clean, and dry. Waited 24 hours, per instructions, and in less than 12 hours it was pulling out from under the sink. Holes. Still soft. We will have to completely reinstall the kitchen sink. Thanks Dap. DIY-ing is hard enough without worthless products taking up prime shelf space.
Date published: 2017-03-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This is not a sealant for tubs. This is a paste similar to those used for windows contour. It tak... This is not a sealant for tubs. This is a paste similar to those used for windows contour. It takes over a week to dry and contrary to the packaging, it is not white. It is grey. If you use this as caulking you will regret it. So to recap: ITS NOT WHITE, ITS NOT QUICK AND ITS NOT FOR TUBS.
Date published: 2017-01-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from This stuff is total junk! I wasted my time twice trying to seal a shower drain, and both times th... This stuff is total junk! I wasted my time twice trying to seal a shower drain, and both times this caulk turned to mush after one shower. Do not waster your time or money with this garbage. This manufacturer is a bunch of crooks.
Date published: 2017-01-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bubbled and Started to Dissolve Within Days I don't know what type of caulk I usually use for the bathtub/shower but it has always lasted a long time. I use the spray and leave on shower cleaners and have for years. A few months ago I used this Kwik Seal product and within a few months it started dissolving. I thought maybe it was the shower cleaner so I scraped off the caulk and used the second tube I had on hand to redo the job. I didn't use shower cleaner. Within 3 days this product has started to bubble, dissolve and peel off. Frustrating because this is a job I don't like doing and now I have to go buy more product and redo for the 3rd time in a few months.
Date published: 2016-05-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Well, this has taught me to read the reviews! I bought DAP Kwick Seal Plus because DAP has a pla... Well, this has taught me to read the reviews! I bought DAP Kwick Seal Plus because DAP has a plant here in Baltimore and I have used DAP products with success for decades. Thank goodness I only used it in the bathroom for the baseboard trim and to seal around the toilet. The tile floor and trim were both new and were cleaned a week or so before I installed the the Kwick Seal. After about 5 months I noticed that the caulk was cracking badly. That bath isn't used often, so who knows when it actually started. It didn't dissolve, because where the cracking occurred has never been wet other than when the floor has been washed. Even then, it was wiped dry after washing. I went to patch it today and it came out way too easy! it hadn't adhered to the painted wood or the somewhat rough tile very well at all. I am not happy about having to redo my whole bathroom! Today I read all the bad reviews going back for years. Why is this junk still available? Home depot needs to stop selling this stuff, and DAP needs to stop manufacturing it! It has most certainly NOT met my expectations. I could have brewed up a better caulk in my basement.
Date published: 2017-02-08
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