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Model GE5000 24C

Internet #100663318

Silicone II 10.1 oz. Clear Window and Door Caulk (24-Count)

$142.80 /case

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The outside of a home is exposed to harsh outdoor elements throughout the year. Extreme heat, the sun's UV rays, and freezing temperatures can cause acrylic and siliconized acrylic caulks to lose flexibility and degrade. GE Silicone II Window and Door is permanently flexible and will not break down so it can protect a home as it settles or as the seasons change and joints expand and contract. This movement can cause degraded acrylic caulk to crack and crumble over time, leaving gaps for air and water to seep through. Those leaks can lead to water damage, mold growth, and higher energy bills. GE Silicone II Window and Door develops strength and adhesion quickly so it can be exposed to water in as little as 30 minutes. Some caulk requires up to 24 hours or longer before it can be exposed to water. For homeowners trying to squeeze home maintenance projects into the weekend or pros who are looking to move on to the next job, GE Silicone II can decrease the waiting time, helping increase convenience, speed, and efficiency. 100% Silicone sealant is widely considered to be the best caulk for sealing areas that will be exposed to water.

  • Typical silicone sealant uses include caulking around: windows, doors, siding, trim, molding, baseboards, vents, around wires/pipes and other attic/ basement applications
  • ADHERES to: most wood, metal, vinyl siding, masonry, brick, concrete, drywall/ plaster, glass and plastic
  • 100% silicone
  • Lifetime guarantee - will not shrink, crack, break down, wash away or yellow
  • Weatherproof, sun-proof, freeze-proof, flexible
  • 30 minute rain-ready, caulk can be exposed to rain in as little as 30 minutes and the caulk won't wash away
  • Permanently waterproof
  • Features mold-free product protection
  • Can be applied to wet or dry surfaces
  • Low VOC
  • Remains soft and flexible
  • Meets fed spec TT-S-00230C; TT-S-001543A/ASTM C-920, type-S, NS, class 25 use NT, M, G, A and O test requirements
  • 100% Silicone is 100% Waterproof. Caulk that keeps water out over time is a necessity in window, door, attic and basement applications. For a long-lasting seal 100% Silicone is recommended
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Is this "Neutral Cure"? My application calls for that.

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Berry Creek, CA 95916, USA
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Yes it drys clear
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Absolutely! There is no vinegar-type odor when curing.
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Caulk releases an odor during its cure cycle. Most of this process occurs during the first 24 hours after the product is applied. GE Silicone II* caulk is a neutral cure caulk and does not have the vinegar-type odor that is associated with acetoxy cure caulks like GE Silicone I* and most other silicone caulks.
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Yes, this caulk is what's called a "neutral cure" silicone, which means no acids are released during the curing process.
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Syracuse, NY, USA
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Straight from the GE site, the answer for Silicone II is yes.
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Yes... no acids are released during the curing process (no vinegar smell).
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Only if it is at Room Temperature Vulcanizing. If using outside, it may not cure properly. I believe this is for exterior use.
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Yes
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I am not sure what is meant by "neutral cure". This sealer cures to a waterproof state within 3 hours, and in my outdoor use of it, I found that it had very little chemical smell that other silicone sealers have had in the past. The description on the container stressed its ability to withstand sealing conditions that would be expected on roofing materials, but also stated that ti works fine for sealing Read More
I am not sure what is meant by "neutral cure". This sealer cures to a waterproof state within 3 hours, and in my outdoor use of it, I found that it had very little chemical smell that other silicone sealers have had in the past. The description on the container stressed its ability to withstand sealing conditions that would be expected on roofing materials, but also stated that ti works fine for sealing window and door installations. Read Less
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Hello Jack. I’m Newf from the How-To Community.
GE Silicone II* caulk is what's called a "neutral cure" silicone, which means no acids are released during the curing process (as there are in GE Silicone I*). This enables GE Silicone II* to adhere to a broader range of substrates such as plastics, concrete, and metals.
Also, the odor of a neutral cure silicone such as GE Silicone II* is much less
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Hello Jack. I’m Newf from the How-To Community.
GE Silicone II* caulk is what's called a "neutral cure" silicone, which means no acids are released during the curing process (as there are in GE Silicone I*). This enables GE Silicone II* to adhere to a broader range of substrates such as plastics, concrete, and metals.
Also, the odor of a neutral cure silicone such as GE Silicone II* is much less offensive than an acid or acetoxy cure silicone such as GE Silicone I*.
I hope this helps, Newf.
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can this product be applied in adamp area

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Yes. It needs to dry first.
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yes if cleaned first
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Is the MATERIAL DRY and just the AREA DAMP ? IF so then I would say YES it would be fine as its WATERPROOF and designed for such areas and ONCE CURED would be GREAT for damp areas. IF NOT, IMO, I WOULD TRY to dry the area as much as possible 1st But that would just be common sense to me for any application of sealant to get the best results !!
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Silicone caulk is waterproof. That means water does not go through it, and it doesn't go through water. While you can apply in a damp area, caulk will not properly adhere unless a surface is clean and dry. A wet finger is used to tool/compress the caulk for better adhesion, and the wetness/dampness of the finger keeps it from sticking to your finger.
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Yes, this can be applied in damp areas.
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Why isn't there a price break for a case qty?

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At $5.95/ea, the price per tube is actually $0.03 more than the individual price of $5.92 in-store.
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If you buy 48, the price is $5.03
http://www.homedepot.com/p/GE-Silicone-II-10-1-oz-Clear-Window-and-Door-Caulk-GE5000-24C/100026175
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 94 reviewers.
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Not as good as I hoped Of course my use my be unusual so my results may not effect your decision. I wanted to use it as a type of glue to stick plastic strips to my louvers to help seal them when closed. In the past the louvers have whistled in strong winds and I wanted to prevent that in the future so I purchased plastic strips to help seal each to the next. Since the glass louvers, plastic strip were clear, I chose a clear sealer to do the job, but now, just a few months after installation the plastic strips are popping off so I'm not so pleased to have to replace them with a different product. September 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Consistently A Winner! Easy to apply, good quality. I use the GE silicone often at work and at home! May 3, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Works Well A little thin/runny from the heat but adhered well and tooled well. September 6, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by silicone is what it says it is It's silicone, works well, nice and smooth, if you work fast enough. September 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Purchase Rug was delivered when it was supposed to and arrived in excellent condition. September 7, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by A must have for DIY This is good stuff to use for weather sealing doors and entry ways of pipes and vents. Fast drying but is extremely sticky. August 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Ever Product This product had excellent coverage! It was easy to use. August 9, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for a DIY'er I selected the clear window and door caulk for my project because this "honey with a hammer" is not a real pro at home repairs. While I have been doing my own "fixer up" myself for years, products like this make it a little easier to conceal the things I am not so great at! Thanks Home Depot for stocking great products that make my DIY projects make me look like a pro. July 26, 2016
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