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Oatey

Model 311662

Internet #202312407

Store SKU #180254

14 oz. Plumber's Putty

$2.20 /each
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  • Caulking and sealing compound
  • Designed for use on stainless steel. Will not work with plastic.\

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The Oatey 14 oz. Plumber's Putty is an easy-to-mold setting compound designed for use with stainless-steel sealing applications such as frames, faucets and strainer baskets. Not for use on plastic, marble, granite, limestone or other dimensional stones. Will not shrink, crack, harden or crumble.

  • Soft, pliable formula
  • Compatible with stainless-steel fixtures
  • Easily workable, soft, pliable material
  • Does not stick to hands
  • Meets military spec TTP-1536A
  • Note: Product may vary by store

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PLUMBERS PUTTY

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DOES THE PUTTY COME IN DIFFERENT COLORS?
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August 13, 2016
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It normally won't be seen after installation, why do you want different colors?
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April 26, 2016
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I have not seen this or any plumbers putty come in any color other than beige.
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I have never seen any other color for this product than beige. That is not to say there is not some make of paint to cover it up.
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No, it is one color- a gray/sand color
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putty on the surface of the bath tub

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I just moved in a new apartment and found that there is old putty around the drain on the surface of the bath tub, wondering if it is hazard for health, thanks!
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May 10, 2016
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Plumber's Putty is not made to be put on the surface of any tub but under the drain ring, because the Putty will stay flexible for yours!
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Plumber's Putty is not made to put on the surface of your tub, but underneath the drain of the tub or sink when installing. Plumber's Putty is not made to become hard but flexible for a very long time or for many years. No Plumber's Putty is not hazard for health!
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This is really bad shade tree work. No pro would leave a mess like this. But to your question, no there is no health issues here. Unless you ingest a healthy amount of this product or are seriously allergic to clay or silly putty type chemicals, no one should have any problems here.
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How long does it take to dry? Can I use it on the kitchen sink the drain

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It's not meant to dry (and should stay flexible for years, if not decades). Not sure I understand your second question.
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Plumber's Putty is designed to be put under the sink drain ring and once the drain is tightened the sink can be used right away, because the Plumber's Putty will stay flexible for years!
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This product can be put into play almost immediately (complete the job, turn on the water). It works on any drain not under high pressure.
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Can this fix a hole in the kitchen sink?

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Plumbers Putty cannot repair permanent, pressurized and/or solid fixtures. A minor crack or chip under the drain (again following the previous answer), can be filled in and expected to hold for quite some time, depending on any movement or stress put on the area of application.
It's not pretty nor will it pass the wife's inspection, but let's say you are using the sink as a shop basin, to save
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Plumbers Putty cannot repair permanent, pressurized and/or solid fixtures. A minor crack or chip under the drain (again following the previous answer), can be filled in and expected to hold for quite some time, depending on any movement or stress put on the area of application.
It's not pretty nor will it pass the wife's inspection, but let's say you are using the sink as a shop basin, to save purchasing a new sink, you can use a properly sized bolt & nut, two flat washers, two rubber washers and a lock washer. Tightening only as to stop any leak but not to crack the porcelain. Then if needed, paint over the area with a water base primer paint to make it look some what non-conspicuous.
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This item is not for use on plastic, marble, granite, limestone or other dimensional stones.
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