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Supreme Silicone 10.1 oz. White Kitchen and Bath Caulk

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The shower doesn't have to be off-limits for a full day. Caulk the shower or tub with GE Kitchen and Bath Supreme Silicone and reduce the wait time dramatically. GE Supreme Silicone adheres to a wide variety of substrates and quickly builds a tight seal that can be exposed to water as little as 30 minutes after application. Some caulk requires wait time of a full day or longer before using the shower or the caulk might wash away. Mold-free product protection helps keep the cured caulk mold- and mildew-free and looking clean for 10 years, with regular cleaning. Mold is not only an unsightly and embarrassing problem to have in your bathroom, around a tub or shower, but it might also lead to health problems. Some caulk might claim limited protection, but GE Supreme Silicone Kitchen and Bath is formulated for increased protection. 100% Silicone sealant is widely considered to be the best caulk for recaulking and sealing around your bathtub, shower and faucets as well as other areas in your home that will be exposed to water.

  • Suitable for application on showers, bathtubs, sinks, tile, countertops and fixtures and other kitchen, bathroom and plumbing applications
  • 100% Silicone is 100% Waterproof
  • 10 year mold-free product protection
  • 24 hour cure time
  • 100% silicone will not shrink, crack, break down, or wash away
  • 30 minute water-ready
  • 24 hour cure time
  • 100% silicone will not shrink, crack, break down, or wash away
  • Non-paintable
  • 10 year mold free product protection-protects against bacteria and fungus

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how do you smooth the bead and remove excess caulk?

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Don
July 1, 2012
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July 23, 2015
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Usually we wet a finger with water but you can't with this product because it's so thick, it won't work well. I just cut the tip at about 45 degres, then with constant pressure and angle monitoring, the bead gets nice and smooth.
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Lake Elsinore, CA
July 3, 2012
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After I asked the question I reviewed some of the comments already available.The suggestions were: 1). use 2 inch or wider blue masking tape and carefully tape off short lengths, like a foot to two feet, precisely along both sides of the gap you are trying to fill. 2). Use a latex glove on one hand. After applying the caulk, smooth it with your finger, then peal off the glove immediately and discard it.. Read More
After I asked the question I reviewed some of the comments already available.The suggestions were: 1). use 2 inch or wider blue masking tape and carefully tape off short lengths, like a foot to two feet, precisely along both sides of the gap you are trying to fill. 2). Use a latex glove on one hand. After applying the caulk, smooth it with your finger, then peal off the glove immediately and discard it.. Note: I set up a waste basket to hang the Caulk gun on immediately after I injected the adhesive. Now I simply pealed off the glove and dropped it into the waste basket. 3). Next, remove the masking tape. This should be done by pulling the tape up and away from (not toward) the caulk. Immediately take off each strip of masking tape, in sequence, and drop it into the waste basket.
And finally, I was concerned about clean up. Someone suggested that a dry paper towel would work. It does! It removes any caulk you may have gotton on your hands or on the work area. Best to do that right away, within a few minutes.
Note: Just a little planning, like setting up the waste basket with a plastic garbage bag installed, up front. And having your Caulk Gun, Caulk with tip pre-cut, box of latex gloves close by and a roll of paper towels.
Hope this helps someone.
Don
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Chicago IL
July 2, 2012
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Hello Don and thank you for your question.
Trick is in cutting the tip on the right angle and to the right size.I normally cut my tip small so that once bead its smoothed out there is no excess caulk. A caulk tool or an index finger does the great job in smoothing the bead as long as its wetted first.
Hope this helps.
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First caulked shower drain 5 weeks ago; not been used since. O.K. to caulk over w/ 2nd app. of Silicone? Or do I need to remove caulk & start over?

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Installed drain in new shower stall. Initially caulked with silicone about 5 weeks ago. Now the caulk has cured, I believe. The drain needs another bead of silicone. Will the 2nd bead of silicone adhere to the original (applied 5 weeks ago) or do I need to remove original bead and reapply?

Am concerned that the new bead of caulk may not make a permanent bond with the caulk applied awhile ago but would much rather apply second coat over original, if you believe it will bond, rather than remove first layer of caulk and start over.
The shower has not been used since the first caulk application.
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June 26, 2014
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Hi David,
Unfortunately, you will have to remove the original caulk.
Most silicone caulk dries to a smooth and slick surface that can not be painted and new layers of caulk will not adhere to.
Mike,
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is this available in almond

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August 20, 2012
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August 23, 2012
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Hello Valued Customer,
Thanks for your question and interest in this item. GE Kitchen & Bath Supreme Caulk is available in Almond. I have provided that item below for your convenience.
If you have any additional questions for Home Depot.com please contact our Online Customer Service department at 800-430-3376.
Thanks!
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how to use

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kaul
connecticut
March 11, 2012
i have never used thisproduct..are there any vedeo nstructions avaliable .
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March 15, 2012
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Hi Kaul,
Thank you for your question.
Please click on the below URL
http://www.caulkyourhome.com/diy-center.php ....
You should then be able to navigate to the correct tutorial for the caulk job you are looking to do in your home.
If you have any additional questions for Home Depot.com, please contact our Online Customer Service department at 800-430-3376.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.4 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great for Glass, Silicone rubber, Metal... Excellent adhesion to glass, fiberglass, ceramics, silicone rubber, metal(aluminum), certain plastics, etc... Quickly cures, but not that hard to work with (just don't be slow). If this caulk seems to not work good for you, it's because you just don't know how to work with the caulk. Leave it to the pros... or, just make sure to properly prep surface before applying; as with any glue/adhesive. March 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by All silicone products should be like this one I used a regular silicone for my bath tub. One year later, I had to remove it because it went yellow with moisture. Then I used this product. The results are what we would expect. No moisture, no discoloration. However. Do not use this product if your are not used with applying silicone. It is extremely hard to clean, will stick to your fingers like nothing else (I always use nitrile gloves). I use a lot of paper tissue because once I clean some silicone, I throw that paper piece and use a new one. This product must be applied directly with the tube tip, so no fingers passing to flatten it. Another surprising major drawback is that once dried, it is really hard to be removed. In 5 or 10 years, it won't be fun to remove it to refresh the bath. July 23, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Faulty packaging The caulk itself is great; HOWEVER, after snipping off the tip of a new tube, the caulk would not come out the tip and came out of the other end, creating a huge mess. It must have already been solid near the tip, and I had to dispose of my caulking gun. Will stick to DAP in the future. August 7, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not mold resistant!!! I only bought it so it would be mold resistant, it wasn't! As for the "messyness" everyone was complaining about I have a trick for that but if the product doesn't do what it says I don't see how it would be helpful. You basically have to put tape around the area you want to apply it on so that it doesn't smear to another part of your countertop, tub, etc. Once it hits your countertop good luck getting it off!! As long as you have the tape at least you will have clean lines when you take it off....take it off as soon as you finish wiping and have a smooth finish (just do not use water to get that smooth finish....it will not work!). Good luck and if anyone knows of a product that doesn't get all icky after a few showers or rounds of washing the dishes, I would love to know what it is! December 22, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great stuff! I found the GE Silicone 2 to be relatively simple to work with (if you prepare appropriately) and it looks fantastic when you are done. It has a somewhat unpleasant smell for the first 24-48 hours, so be sure to have the bathroom fan on or windows open. I used a spatula-like caulk finishing tool (Hyde 43645) for smoothing and didn't bother with the painter's tape. I found a box of latex gloves to be extremely helpful. As soon as my hands started to get messy, I just changed gloves and carried on. I hadn't heard of practicing on a cardboard box, but as a caulking rookie, it is probably something I should have done! With a little trial-and-error, the shower ended up looking great. Highly recommended product! May 26, 2012
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by A Let down Nothing is worse then going through all the work of removing old caulk, grout, bleaching, cleaning, wiping with alcohol just to end up with terrible looking caulk lines because this stuff cures too fast and bunches up. Ask yourself if you really need a fast drying caulk. I was deprived of my usual satisfaction when completing a project because of this stuff. Now I have to look at these ugly caulk lines for who knows how long. Not worth re-doing. Thanks GE. July 21, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Not for amateurs!!! This is a product that is not for those with just casual skill with caulking. Being 100% silicone means there is no water cleanup. So, the user must be very skilled at applying and smoothing with little margin of error. I have little doubt that this caulking will be around for years to come, but I think that GE and retailer should be more specific that this is not an easy to use product for lesser skilled user. October 5, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Extremely difficult to work with I'm not a professional, but I have caulked several times. I actually just got done redoing the plumbing, installing the bathtub and doing really big tile job in my bathroom- lots of small subway brick tiles and the floor. We're talking hundreds of tiles and it came out great. The reason I'm saying that is I'm reasonably handy and thought the caulk would be the easiest part of my job. What a nightmare. This stuff is a complete disaster. You can't clean it up with anything, it's really thick and goopy and doesn't flow well at all. On top of that it dries really quickly so you have almost no time to go back and correct anything that doesn't look good. I had a caulk applying tool and the scraping section of the tool left a lot of this caulk behind. I had to go back later and cut it off with a knife. Caulk is too shiny, too. I would like a more matt finish white. This stuff is really high gloss and attracts a lot of attention. Not really the point of caulk, especially when my grout lines are matte white. The really disappointing part was getting done doing this caulk job and thinking it made all my hours of tiling look like junk due to a lousy caulk job. I would avoid this stuff and get something you can do water clean up with and flows more easily. How fast do you really need this stuff to dry? Get something that takes more time and allows you to work with it longer. August 26, 2014
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