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Pergo SimpleSolutions Dark Tone Laminate Floor Sealant

Pergo

SimpleSolutions Dark Tone Laminate Floor Sealant

  • Helps protect flooring from water damage
  • Great for bathrooms, kitchens and laundry rooms
  • Coordinates with dark tone Pergo flooring
$9.28 /each

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Pergo's SimpleSolutions Sealant is an acrylic-based joint and sealing compound. This formula is designed to help protect your laminate floors from water damage in high-risk areas such as bathrooms, kitchens and laundry rooms by sealing the floor edges for moisture resistance. Best of all, it comes in different shades to match the color of your floor.

  • Pergo SimpleSolutions sealant designed for use with laminate floors
  • 10.5 oz. tube covers approximately 11 lin. ft.
  • Color coordinated to dark tone Pergo flooring
  • Formulated to maintain high level of flexibility and elasticity
  • Appropriate Grade for Installation: Above Grade, On Grade or Below Grade
  • Residential use only
  • Check out our helpful guide to learn more about laminate flooring.

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Which sealant tone would match best with the Pergo XP Coffee Handscraped Hickory laminate flooring? Dark or Medium?

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Thank you for your interest in Pergo. To coordinate with the Pergo Coffee Handscraped Hickory you will need the dark sealant.
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When sealing the kitchen with Pergo XP, do i use foam and caulk or pure caulk in the expansion gap?

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Thank you for your interest in Pergo. To fill the expansion space in the kitchen you will need to use a laminate floor sealant such as Pergo's Simple Solutions Dark Tone Laminate Floor Sealant.
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I am using XP, not outlast. So in this case I can use foam along with sealant? Thank you for your time.

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Thank you for your interest in Pergo. For a Pergo XP installation there is no need to seal the perimeter of the room with foam backer and sealant. This sealant would be used for XP in a bathroom, around the toilet or in the kitchen around the dishwasher to seal the edges there.
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Please read "more details" section of last post. should I fill with foam before this product or do 3/8" of pure sealant?

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Thank you for your interest in Pergo. The answer to your question depends on the reason you are filling the gap. Are you installing Pergo Outlast+ and you are expecting water protection? If you are then you must follow the instructions included with your Pergo Outlast+ to ensure water protection. In that case you will need the foam backer rod first and then you will want a 100% silicone sealant to fill Read More
Thank you for your interest in Pergo. The answer to your question depends on the reason you are filling the gap. Are you installing Pergo Outlast+ and you are expecting water protection? If you are then you must follow the instructions included with your Pergo Outlast+ to ensure water protection. In that case you will need the foam backer rod first and then you will want a 100% silicone sealant to fill the remainder of the gap. If you wish to skip the backer rod than you will need considerably more sealant to fill the gap. If you are installing a different laminate, such as Pergo XP than you would use this sealant to fill the gap in areas were you are looking for additional mositure protection. Around toilets and around dishwashers are examples of these places. Read Less
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Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 8 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Looks like it'll work, but don't follow instructions... I put in wood laminate flooring for my 7 year old daughter's room and figured she was going to spill something eventually. After installing the floor i noticed some gaps and got concerned. I didn't even know if something like this existed, but with a little help from google i found out my local Home Depot had it in stock. The install instructions of the sealant say to "Bead onto gaps, then wipe with wet towel or sponge, then wipe with dry." DON'T DO THAT. I'm gonna help you out a ton here: - The stuff comes out like a thick paste (no surprise there), but MAKE SURE YOU cut the tip at a 45 degree angle so you can force the stuff into the cracks as you run a bead down it. - It drys into a rubbery, pencil-eraser type stuff and really adheres to anything porous (like in the particle board gap in the floor boards) - If you wipe it with a wet towel first, you're just going to make the top of the boards (where its coated and smooth) REALLY STICKY. You'll have to mop the floor several times to get all that off. - I found the best way to install with no mess was to run the beads down the seams of the boards in a quarter to half of the floor, then let it dry. That's right, LET IT DRY. All messy and over flowing like. REMEMBER i said that it was like a pencil-eraser type substance when it was dry? So take a DRY paper towel after about 20-30 minutes and rub off the overage like you're erasing. it'll come up off the smooth laminate part and leaves itself in the gaps. No sticky mess. I don't see this as "Water Proofing," but i can definitely tell its going to give me some extra time to grab a roll of paper towels to clean up whatever gets dropped on the floor before any kind of seepage. "Water Resistant," is the better term. It comes in 3 shades of light, medium, and dark. I think dark really works well with my "Distressed and Rustic Walnut" floor boards. June 3, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by To fill the unfillable... With laminate floors the occasional "gap" does shop up, inevitably. This stuff smears on and wipes off (the excess) easily and looks great afterwards. February 26, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Yep, don't do it. Yeah, if you are thinking it, don't do it. I laid down some beautiful Pergo flooring and thought it best to try this product to protect against the wayward blind dog who forgot where the door was in the house. Here's the trick with this stuff. As soon as you put it down, wipe it with the damp cloth and clean it off your floor. Otherwise you will be sorry and you will be like someone who will remain nameless who spent the better part of a day on his hands and knees, scrubbing the floor with a water and vinegar solution to get it clean again. My handyman came over the next day, shook his head, smiled and started to laugh. When he was finished he reminded me the flooring was a "click and lock" and if any pieces were damaged, the floor could be pulled up, damaged portion replaced, and the floor put back down like nothing had happened. December 23, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Ask more questions What dose it matter if the floor was never put in. March 25, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice product Overall it's a nice product for filling gaps between hardwood in the flooring. February 4, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GREAT JOB EVERYTHING WAS VERY GOOD. VERY PROFESSIONAL INSTALLED. INSTALLER WAS KNOWLEDGABLE AND THORIUGH August 26, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by VERY HAPPY WITH MY FLOORING THIS IS FOR ALL OF THE PRODUCTS FOR MY FLOORING. I AM VERY SATISFIED AND THE INSTALLER DID ANY EXCELLENT JOB. I WOULD RECOMMEND THIS PRODUCT FOR SURE. June 18, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very good product, easy to use. Matched our wood flooring perfectly. Would buy again if needed. This product only offer a few colors to fill wood flooring gaps. Fortunately our floor was a very close match to one of the two colors available. It was very easy to use and covered the small job that was necessary. The clean up was also easy and the floor looks great. We had to re-apply after the first application settled into the groove, but we knew that before trying this product. December 4, 2012
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