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Model HD5010 24C

Internet #100663324

Store SKU #362654

Silicone II 10.1 oz. White Window and Door Caulk

$5.92 /each

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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
  • Lifetime Guarantee - will not shrink, crack, break down, wash away or yellow
  • 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 this be used indoors?

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Can I use this to caulk a walk in shower stall?
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Yes, actually I bought this to use within my Shower Stall as well.
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Sure can
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Yes,
This caulk can be used indoors, since this type of silicone caulk can resist extreme temperatures and humidity, it will hold up well indoors.
Just remember that this caulk isn't paintable, so be sure to seal any gaps as the final step, and to clean up any areas with mineral spirits to get any excessive amounts removed.
Just be sure to avoid using excessive amounts of any silicone based caulk, as Read More
Yes,
This caulk can be used indoors, since this type of silicone caulk can resist extreme temperatures and humidity, it will hold up well indoors.
Just remember that this caulk isn't paintable, so be sure to seal any gaps as the final step, and to clean up any areas with mineral spirits to get any excessive amounts removed.
Just be sure to avoid using excessive amounts of any silicone based caulk, as using mineral spirits could damage any area it touches. Read Less
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how does silicone II caulk hold up when uv exposure is more than 12 hours per day?

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so far there has been no problem with the product holding up but it has been on only about 30 days
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Metairie, La
August 20, 2011
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Who knows. The caulk failed to skin, it's still wet. That leaves me with a major removal project, because the surface has to be dry for caulk to adhere.
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Hello Rfish0412 . I’m Newf from the Home Depot’s How- To Community http:/community.homedepot.com
Long term sun exposure should have no effect on this caulk.
See these GE URLs:
http://www.caulkyourhome.com/pdfs/Silicone_II_WD_Sell_Sheet.pdf
http://www.caulkyourhome.com/ge-silicone-II-window-and-door.php
“Silicone remains unaffected by extreme heat & the sun,
which causes acrylic caulk to crack over
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Hello Rfish0412 . I’m Newf from the Home Depot’s How- To Community http:/community.homedepot.com
Long term sun exposure should have no effect on this caulk.
See these GE URLs:
http://www.caulkyourhome.com/pdfs/Silicone_II_WD_Sell_Sheet.pdf
http://www.caulkyourhome.com/ge-silicone-II-window-and-door.php
“Silicone remains unaffected by extreme heat & the sun,
which causes acrylic caulk to crack over time.”
I hope this helps,
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Does this product require a caulking gun to use it effectively?

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No, it is available in a squeeze tube
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Yes, it's a must for this one.
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can you paint over this caulk

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No. You cannot paint over Silicone. It just won't work.
You need to purchase a non-silicone product such as a Latex Caulk.
Right on those tubes it will tell you it can be painted over.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 19 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by The Only Neutral Cure Silicone Sealant I Could Find For Metal. Until I did my research, I was under the impression that silicone sealant was good for everything. What I needed to do was apply silicone sealant between ceramic wall tiles and the stainless steel frame of a shower panel. Through my research, I found out that ordinary silicone sealant will eventually start to rust the metal surfaces through the silicone's acidic composition. To prevent this, you need to use what's called a Neutral Curing Silicone. This type of silicone does not contain any of the acidic qualities ordinary silicone has...This I did not know! Anyway, I found out that the only neutral cure silicone carried within my Local Home Depot store was this. I realize it labeled as Window and Door Caulk however, this will work for my intended purposes. Applies very easily, and Highly Recommended. April 21, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not worth it Product was new, so I figured with the higher price it would be better all around.....NOT!! It was thick, not easy to spread and hard to squeeze out. Next time will go for the brand I'm used to. April 21, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellant on my RV roof I covered a large area over a seam where water was ponding. I had a leak there as well. I basically troweled it on with a plastic squeegee and it was easily spread like icing a cake. It skinned over quickly but took a couple weeks to actually cure because of the thickness. No problem, it is nice and firm now, adhered very well, and is slightly flexible. All as advertised. Much cheaper than the polyurethane lap sealant typically used on an RV roof, just as easy to apply and cleans up easily. Also, it will be easier to replace if needed in the future. The only drawback is that it seems to retain a film of dirt , but not real bad. I may try cleaning it with some armo8r all. September 2, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Best Caulk Caulk applies smoothly and gives excellent protection. February 10, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Terrible. Disastrous. This product is not cheap. Last week I spent 15 min caulking some cracks, where woodwork meets masonry.. This morning (1 week later) I came back to the project, and the caulk was still wet! What a revolting development! I checked the label on the tube: skins in 30 min, completely cured in 24 hr. "Lifetime Guarantee" I called the number on the label (GE Sealants & Adhesives), it's only answered 8-5, Mon-Fri. Not much consolation for a weekend remodeler. So I spent the whole day (7 hours) removing the caulk I spent 15 min installing. Finally got out a 4.5 inch grinder with masonry discs. That removed it & left a dry slot. I can't believe GE sold me such shoddy merchandise. I have the old tube if anyone wants to verify my story. August 20, 2011
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Greasy and Won't Cure The product is good when it's brand new. However, after it is stored for a few days after the first usage, the caulk come out liquidy and greasy. After applying it to the windows and doors trims, it did not cure completely and the applied caulk remained soft. I had a few tubes that are having the same issues. July 22, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by works good works well need to what to see if works in the long run June 12, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect Easy to use and being water clean up is wonderful. November 1, 2013
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