Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 9
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dani Best Product of its Kind
I have chemical issues so i asked my plumber to use this to seal my toilet rather than Dap. I had no problems with it smelling or off-gassing and my plumber loved it! I wish Home Depot would carry it in their stores as i hate waiting for it. Everyone who wants a little less toxins in their life should use this product. It's the best.
August 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by jasstrom Eco_Bond Kitchen and Bath is excellent
This no VOC product went on evenly when using an inexpensive silicon caulk tool, and cured to touch in an hour. It applied well and looks great. It is not latex, so don't expect to smooth it with a little water on your finger, but I expect it will last longer and fight mildew better than my last round of latex.
September 2, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Tomas1 No smell and paintable
We used this for our remodel and it was terrific. We had questions on how good a "green product" we be against the normal stuff and our contractor said the Eco-bond kitchen was better than anything he's used before. There was no toxic smell, we could use our shower right after he caulked it too. I'm telling ya it's the only way to go. Why Home Depot doesn't have this in stores directly is weird. They would sell a ton just from contractors alone
January 20, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by rose Eco-Bond Kitchen & Bath Caulk
The kitchen & bath caulk is very sticky. It's still tacky when touched after 14 hours and it's glossy so picks up light. Must wear thin disposable gloves and a lot of them depending on the job. It is very hard, for me, to squeeze out of the caulking gun so it gets everywhere. Good thing I decided to use painters tape before applying or it would have been everywhere. I figured out I could use a wet paper towel and was able to smooth it easily that way. I had a cheap caulking tool which might have been great if I remembered to use it, especially around the faucets on the sink. I caulked the bathtub and the countertop. Waited on the shower to see how this works. There was no smell at all. I would use it again because of the non-toxic nature of the caulk. Bathroom is closed off and no window to ventilate. Toxic caulk offgasses for years. I did open windows in the bedroom and used fans to blow whatever might be there out the window. Sometimes chemicals we think are safe prove to be toxic later. So may as well ventilate just in case.
November 2, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by BP5150 Watch out for your hands
Highly recommend wearing gloves when using this. It's almost impossible to remove any that gets on you hands - I tried soap & water, "mechanic's" soap, acetone, gasoline (I was getting desperate) and I'm still left with white patches on my hands and a sticky residue.
Using a hint in another review, I tried alcohol which worked a little better than the others, but still I'm left with white patches and residue.
There should have been a warning on the label that you need to use gloves.
It's a good product other then the problem with removing it from your hands when you're done.
November 2, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Olenka Great product
This is my second time buying the product. Love that it doesn't smell. Dries in 30 minutes. Price and shipping are great. This should be sold at the stores and used in every house.
September 16, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ralphwiggum Excellent Product
Recently used in my bathroom to replace silicone/caulking. It's an excellent product. I used bare hands and found that rubbing alcohol removed residue left on my hands. Very happy I found this - best product I've used!
April 15, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ArrowConstruction NO SMELL LOVE IT!!!!!
This is the best caulk on the market. No smell, and rich white finish to it. We use it on all our bath installs. Our bathroom installs are 20 to 80 square foot. Your in a small room and have to work with toxic fumes from caulks , adhesives and silicones all day. Eco-bond kitchen tub and plumbing is the only product on the market with no smell and replaces all three products on the job.
August 14, 2012