Model # 80066

Internet #202805532

ProSeal 3 oz. Clear RTV Silicone Adhesive and Sealant (12-Pack)


3 oz. Clear RTV Silicone Adhesive and Sealant (12-Pack)

$4788 /case

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Product Overview

ProSeal Clear RTV silicone instant gasket is designed to waterproof, bond, seal, caulk and insulate. It bonds metal, glass, leather, vinyl, rubber, fabric and polished wood. Clear RTV is a low volatile formula and can be used to seal windshield glass, windows and tail lamps; insulate electrical wires and fixtures; and repair hoses and plumbing leaks.

  • Withstands temperatures from minus 70° F up to 400° F continuous and up to 500° F intermittent
  • Remains flexible and durable
  • Seals, bonds, waterproofs, and insulates
  • Achieves full strength in 24 hours

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is this rtv removable

Asked by: Bud
Yes, It can be removed with a knife but it will not remove cleanly initially. Some scraping will be required.
Answered by: Super Glue Corp
Date published: 2017-05-22

will this work on a ceramic glass cooktop? The cooktop is lifting up so there is a small gap in front where the knobs are.

I need a strong adhesive that is heat resistant.
Asked by: wbjb1tx
Yes, this will work, but you will want to ensure this product doesn't reach the flash point of 212 degrees by being in contact with a stove/oven.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-05-05

Safe & effective for aquarium repairs?

Asked by: Siddha
This has not been tested to determine if it will have adverse affects on aquatic life. No recommendation can be made.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-03-08

Will this bond strong enough?

I want to build a bookcase using old VHS tapes. Will this bond strong enough to hold the bookcase together?
Asked by: Crafter
Howdy Crafter, This most likely will not do what your trying to do. An easier way would be to use something like J-B Weld PlasticWeld which has cures to a tensile strength of 3,200 psi. Happy building, Coach Dave
Answered by: CoachDave
Date published: 2016-02-18
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