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GE Supreme Silicone 10.1 oz. White Kitchen and Bath Caulk


Supreme Silicone 10.1 oz. White Kitchen and Bath Caulk

  • 10-year mold-free product protection
  • 30-minute water-ready - permanently waterproof
  • Lifetime guarantee - will not shrink, crack, break down or yellow
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Product Overview

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.

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Caulk Features
Moisture Resistant,Mold and Mildew Resistant,Permanently Flexible
Caulk Form
Standard Tube
Caulk Type
Coverage (linear ft.)
Cure time (hours)
Dry color family
Dry to touch (min.)
Longevity (years)
Paint Product Type
Professional Paint Supplies & Values
Pro Supplies

Warranty / Certifications

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ASTM Compliant
Manufacturer Warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

how do you smooth the bead and remove excess caulk?

Asked by: Anonymous
You should never smooth the bead on silicones, even less so with this one. The mess on your fingers will be terrible. If you look how the pros do it, they always 'smooth' the bead directing at the tube with the tip cut not too large and at an angle. Just look very careful, have a continuous smooth 'adapted' move AND tube angle, and gently adapt pushing the handle... if there the bead gets a 'bump', keep going on, then come back gently with a finger just at that place and wipe your finger right away. You can trim any side lines once the silicone has hardened.
Answered by: Mathias
Date published: 2016-11-23

Does this caulk dry shiney or to a matte finish?

My shower floor needs caulking. I do not like the shiny appearance to some of the silicone caulks. Makes it look wet. Very annoying.
Asked by: Kathryne
Like all 100% silicone caulks I'm aware of, this dries glossy. You'll need to search specifically for one advertised as matte, or use a wet-rated caulk that isn't silicone (such as Sashco's Lexel caulk, which is a very clear caulk in its natural state, but can be painted over with a matte or other exterior paint).
Answered by: MikeB
Date published: 2016-12-20

How to open?

It has no threaded cap like the transparent. Cut line is above the line mark. Do I need a long sharpened tip to ppke through? Why does it have to be very difficult?
Asked by: Raymund
Thanks for you question, Raymond. To open- please remove cap and cut the nozzle to obtain desired bead size. Then pierce the inner foil seal and apply using a caulk gun. If you would like discuss this further, please contact customer service at 1-866-275-4372.
Answered by: Momentive Performance
Date published: 2017-06-24

Can I prime and then paint this. I know it says not paint able. But I really need to paint it or pull it up and use oain

Asked by: Dave123
Thank you for posting your question. We recommend using one of the GE Supreme Paintable Silicone caulks if you are planning on painting. GE Supreme 100% silicone cannot be primed and/or painted. Please contact customer service at 1-866-275-4372 if you have any other questions.
Answered by: Momentive Performance
Date published: 2017-05-17
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Customer Reviews

Supreme Silicone 10.1 oz. White Kitchen and Bath Caulk is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 17.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The good outweighs the bad!! I am a novice. I dabble in a lot of home impovement projects. I have used many caulks in my day. Caulks for baths, kitchens, trimming, windows and doors. The original ge caulk (white) will fade in color, it (yellows). This caulk seems not to, well yet anyway. I re-caulked my sisters bathroom after I used a terrible caulk to begin with. I used the GE Supreme caulk and I have yet to hear from her again 3 years later. It is quite pricy but I think worth it in the long run. I just re-caulked my brother and sister in-laws bath. I advised them to wait a day before showering. It is difficult to apply. You do need to prep the surface properly. A good idea is to bleech the area that will be caulked to kill any nasty stuff (mold & mildew). Wet it down, dry it with a clean towel and let stand for a while. Then get the "blue" painters tape (the most sticky kind) and tape both sides of the area that would be caulked. Caulk in between the tape. Here is a tip. If your area is large like a tub, do one section at a time. This stuff starts to cure fast and will cause problems when you remove the tape. Immediately after applying the caulk smooth out with your finger, wait one minute for the caulk to settle then remove tape from the closest edge to the caulk outward, away from the caulk not towards. Looks professional. This stuff smells terrible. Have proper ventilation. Caulk on a day were you can open the windows. The messy part stays on the tape. Oh, use 2 inch tape a least. After this drys the reward is great. With clearing the old caulk out, bleeching the area, watering and drying the area the total job is about 2 hours for a tub, done correctly. I did not find in the directions as I have on other caulks to use the masking tape (blue painters tape). Don't use the original masking tape, you will never get it off correctly, it is too sticky. You have to use that tape unless you are a caulking expert. Holms on Homes uses it. That might be a problem for someone trying to do it for the first time. It takes a bit but this stuff will come off your hands faster then the original GE caulk. Have paper towles on hand it does wipe up quickly. Wipe hands with dry paper towel often. Cut small 1/8" opening in the tube as well. When you smoth it out it will cover.
Date published: 2011-12-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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!
Date published: 2012-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I impressed myself! I've been battling mold in the caulk around my tub for about a month. I've read hundreds of posts, blogs, and forums describing various "home remedies", "magic solutions", & products. It has seemed like every suggestion tried only made the mold grow faster. I finally got the courage today to just go for it. After reading reviews on various brand and latex vs. silicone I chose GE's Silicone II Kitchen & Bath-White. Even though most reviews said silicone was harder to use, had a stronger smell, harder to clean and cost more, I'd rather spend the extra time and hassle & end up with better & longer lasting results. What I found is this: The previous home owner was no Bob Villa... he did much of the remodeling himself & obviously cut corners. When removing the old moldy caulk it was like removing old masking tape. Most of it pulled off easily in 1 big strip. Spending a few extra dollars for better quality is worth it I promise. The smell was not as bad as other reviews made it out to be. I used a box fan in combination with the bathroom vent and didn't notice a thing. I started out doing the whole blue painter's tape thing but after caulking 1 side and then pulling off the tape I wasn't liking the "perfect line" look. To me it made the caulk stand out more. I do recommend practicing on a cardboard box or something, especially if you've never used a caulk gun before, I wish I would have. After doing 2 corners I had caulk all over my hands, clothes, the caulk gun, and even some how on my face! I didn't know the actual mechanics of a caulk gun so know that after you let go of the trigger more is still going to ooze out. I started out using a piece of plastic just taped around 1 finger but after taking a break to regroup & trying to wash my hands I ended up with 1 glove that was too big on 1 hand and a plastic shopping bag on the other. I recommend getting gloves that fit snug & be aware of the length of your fingernails if you are a woman like me. The glove being too big & having nails made it very hard to feather/smooth out the caulk. This was the most irritating part. Do not over smooth either. The more you rub across it the faster it dries and starts making little balls. They said it was hard to clean any excess off but I just used the ribbing on an old sock dipped in water immediately after smoothing and it came off quite easily. Don't cut too much off the tip of the caulk tube as I think I probably did. A little does go a long way. All in all I must say I impressed myself with the results & owe most of it to the over all performance of this product.
Date published: 2012-04-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2013-10-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Warning: this is a powerful product, perhaps not for the unadvised home DIY-er. Think well befor... Warning: this is a powerful product, perhaps not for the unadvised home DIY-er. Think well before applying this, once cured removing it is almost impossible, if two years later you want to remove it for some reason. It is extremely bonding and extremely hard and tough. Try using the whole tube at once, even with a plastic tip cover, it will harden deep inside and be impossible to reuse. As for applying it, make really sure you have a full roll of paper towel. I don't use gloves because they will get messy in not time, rather use my bare fingers with care, and the second I get silicone on them, wipe them clean right away with a NEW piece of paper towel. Impossible to use water, just wipe your fingers with paper and discard right away that piece of paper (you will need a large plastic bag to dispose all this paper pieces).
Date published: 2016-11-23
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2014-08-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This is by far the best silicone caulk you can buy Very happy with this brand of silicone caulk...use for lots of things, waterproof and high quality....lasts a very long time.
Date published: 2016-10-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2016-03-29
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