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Model GE5000 24C

Internet #100026175

Store SKU #362646

Silicone II 10.1 oz. Clear Window and Door Caulk

$5.92 /each
  • 100% silicone that's permanently waterproof and flexible
  • Can be exposed to water in as little as 30 minutes
  • Withstands all weather conditions including extreme heat and cold

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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.

  • Suitable for application on windows, doors, siding, trim, moulding, baseboards, vents, around wires/pipes and other attic/ basement applications
  • 100% Silicone is 100% Waterproof
  • 30 minute rain - ready
  • 24 hour cure time
  • 100% silicone will not shrink, crack, break down, or wash away
  • 30 minute rain-ready, caulk can be exposed to rain in as little as 30 minutes and the caulk won't wash away
  • 24 hour cure time
  • 100% silicone will not shrink, crack, break down, or wash away
  • Non-paintable
  • Mold free product protection
  • Note: Product may vary by store.

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Can I use this one for caulking around new installed outdoor light fixtures? Which one is the best caulk to be used for outdoor light fixtures? Thanks

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November 8, 2012
GE II Window & Door Clear caulk 9.8 oz
http://www.homedepot.com/buy/paint/caulking-sealants/ge-ii-window-door-clear-caulk-98-oz-ge5000-24c.html#specifications
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Yes, you may use this, for your outdoor light fixtures. I would recommend GE 5000 24C, I buy it by the case because it works in so many different applications. It's clear so no need to worry about painting, you can apply it in most weather conditions, rain included, it stays flexible, doesn't dry out, get brittle and crack or chip away, and it sticks(adheres), to almost anything. Unless you need a Read More
Yes, you may use this, for your outdoor light fixtures. I would recommend GE 5000 24C, I buy it by the case because it works in so many different applications. It's clear so no need to worry about painting, you can apply it in most weather conditions, rain included, it stays flexible, doesn't dry out, get brittle and crack or chip away, and it sticks(adheres), to almost anything. Unless you need a sealant that must be painted you really can't go wrong. Read Less
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Hey there Rudy,
You certainly can. Just bare in mind that this caulking isn't paintable, so you'll need to find the correct color for your surface pre-made. Should you need something paintable, I'd suggest using the product linked below instead.
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color

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do you have this product in black?
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March 6, 2016
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Hi Fermin, unfortunately we do not offer this product in black on Homedepot.com. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for shopping Home Depot!
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can i use it to seal the inside of a window and is it paintable

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to seal the side cracks of the windows and if it does not match the color of the wall , can i color it with wall paint
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Yes, you can use this caulk to seal the inside of a window. I cannot panswer to weather you can paint over it.
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Will this adhere to brick and/or concrete?

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Hi Brad, yes this silicone caulk will create a tight seal to brick and concrete. This silicone caulk is made for outdoor use and holds up to the changing weather conditions.
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Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great caulk Used this product a few hours ago to seal up some cracks in my bricks around the house, and it went very well. Easy to use, clear and so far is still clear after it dried, and it did dry in just a few hours. Have 3 more tubes to use around the house, but so far all is well. Will see how it holds up after a Micihgan winter! Got some of the stuff on my Hands and it cleaned up with soap and warm water I do recommend this product. August 21, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Made the job twice as hard Used GE silicone sealant for the lid of a feed bin, took hours of prep work. After finishing I was pretty happy with my work and left it overnight. The next morning it hadn't set even a little. Apparently this is a recurring problem with GE silicone sealant. Now I have to drill out all the rivets I used and clean up the goopy mess. An entire day wasted. August 9, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Directions can't be read The directions are in such small type I can hardly be read with magnifying glass. Used life chat to find out what to use for clean-up. I was told to use soap and water. Apparently live chat operator couldn't read the directions either. Eventually discovered that mineral spirits, not water should be used. Never did figure out the safety instructions, so took my chances. Good luck. February 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Product I found this stuff a few years back and it's been in my inventory ever since! I use this stuff to seal roof penetrations for the solar collectors I install. So far I've used this stuff on over 1000 systems and haven't had a single issue with leaks! Yeah, there's less expensive products out there that could probably do the job, but this stuff gives me peace of mind knowing that I won't ever have to deal with an angry customer that has a leak in their ceiling. This stuff applies easily, dries quickly & clear and it doesn't crack or shrink and pull away from the materials it's intended to bond to. I've applied it to metal (copper, aluminum, stainless steel), PVC, wood, Trex, asphalt shingles, pipe insulation and rubber gaskets... and it has provided a water tight seal around all of them! Also, not all silicone's are the same! I tried buying another brand that was 1/2 the price and had what appeared to be all the same ingredients. That product ended up having an acidic reaction with the asphalt singles! It caused damaged wherever it came into contact with a shingle and it also ended up shrinking and pulling the surface off of the shingles allowing water to get underneath the sealant. I don't have that problem with the Silicone II. However I set the product (as a bead or smeared out) it STAYS that way. HINT: This stuff is sticky! If you are trying to get a nice smooth surface when smearing it out, spit on your finger before smoothing! Yeah, it's kinda gross, but then it doesn't stick to your finger and you'll get a glossy smooth surface! ;-) December 18, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worst sealant EVER! I grew up using GE's Silicone II sealant. For my contractor father, uncle and grandfather, it was the goto choice for anything you didn't ever want water to get into. Period. Naturally, I bought a bunch of it when I went to reseal the windows, hatches and corner beads on my 20 year old truck camper recently. I spent several days carefully carving out the old silicone, prepping the surfaces with acetone and resealing. When I was done, I relaxed and prepared for another 20 years of trouble free service. After a scant 3 years, I was horrified to find water pouring into my camper with each rainstorm. Upon inspection, I found that the silicone was releasing all around the windows to which I had so carefully applied it, forming long open cracks in the process. Water was pouring freely past this useless, garbage silicone. Do not use this under any circumstances! November 15, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by GE makes the best silicones Only thing better is GE contractor brand can't buy it in stores but used it for many years when I did window replacement you can actually caulk a window in and not screw it in I did so for a temporary window install in my bathroom and almost couldn't get it out about 3 weeks later took me about 2 hrs to do so I no longer can get contractors brand so I have been relying on GE 2 can't say it is as good (not much less inferior) but you won't beat it with any other brand I have found available September 7, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works great IF only I had an applicator for this product. I assumed (wrongly) that I could squeeze this out of the tube, but I think you need a caulk gun for it to work. Oops. Oversight on my part. However, the material itself does work. I used it to adhere wood trim molding to a mirror surface and it's great to use, and easy to clean up. TIP: don't bother washing it off your hands if you get some on by accident. just wait for it to dry and then peel it off. FUN! (if you try not to harp on having chemicals on your skin) I just used a disposable chopstick and applied this like glue. Even though I made a mess, I just used a razor blade and sliced and scraped away any mess that oozed out where it shouldn't be. Comes off easily when you want it to. September 26, 2013
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Peace of Mind Reading the label "Rainproof in 3 hours: and that it can stand extreme temps and moisture I was given peace of mind. I ended up using his on the threshold between my front porch concrete steps and the doorway. It seems to be working but won't know for sure. Unlike the previous reviewer I couldn't do a uniform caulk with tape because the cracks and gaps were irregular not to mention in hard to see areas. I will use this again for weatherproofing my windows, backporch steps and any other gaps or cracks I can find. September 6, 2010
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