Internet #202038095

Model # GE-55-12

0077027055511

10 oz. Glazing Silicone Sealant (12-Pack)

$ 69 07 /case
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Product Overview

The 10 oz. Silicone Cartridge (12-Pack) is compatible with Lexan sheet and most other kinds of plastics. This adhesive needs to be tooled within 6 to 12 minutes after application due to its quick-setting formula.
  • Silicone formula offers ideal adhesion and a translucent color
  • Compatible with most plastics and lexan sheeting
  • Resistant to UV rays
  • Tool within 15 minutes
  • Sets within 12 hours but stays permanently flexible
  • UV resistant
  • Need help choosing the right Caulk? Click Here for Home Depot's Buying Guide!
  • Click Here for the How to Caulk Project Guide
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

Product Overview

Model #: GE-55-12
Internet #: 202038095

The 10 oz. Silicone Cartridge (12-Pack) is compatible with Lexan sheet and most other kinds of plastics. This adhesive needs to be tooled within 6 to 12 minutes after application due to its quick-setting formula.

  • Silicone formula offers ideal adhesion and a translucent color
  • Compatible with most plastics and lexan sheeting
  • Resistant to UV rays
  • Tool within 15 minutes
  • Sets within 12 hours but stays permanently flexible
  • UV resistant
  • Need help choosing the right Caulk? Click Here for Home Depot's Buying Guide!
  • Click Here for the How to Caulk Project Guide
  • California residents see Prop 65 WARNINGS

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Specifications

Dimensions

Individual size (oz.)
10.1

Details

Caulk Form
Standard Tube
Caulk Type
Silicone
Color/Finish
Translucent
Coverage (linear ft.)
50.0
Cure Time (hours)
12.0
Dry Color Family
Clear
Dry to touch (min.)
15.0
Features
Fire and High Heat Resistant,Moisture Resistant,Permanently Flexible
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor/Outdoor
Interior/Exterior
Exterior,Interior
Longevity (years)
50.0
Pack Size
12
Paint Tool Product Type
Caulk
Professional Paint Supplies & Values
Pro Supplies
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ASTM Compliant
Manufacturer Warranty
50 years

Specifications

Dimensions

Individual size (oz.)
10.1

Details

Caulk Form
Standard Tube
Caulk Type
Silicone
Color/Finish
Translucent
Coverage (linear ft.)
50.0
Cure Time (hours)
12.0
Dry Color Family
Clear
Dry to touch (min.)
15.0
Features
Fire and High Heat Resistant,Moisture Resistant,Permanently Flexible
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor/Outdoor
Interior/Exterior
Exterior,Interior
Longevity (years)
50.0
Pack Size
12
Paint Tool Product Type
Caulk
Professional Paint Supplies & Values
Pro Supplies
Returnable
90-Day

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
ASTM Compliant
Manufacturer Warranty
50 years

Questions & Answers

Bought this product to re-secure a plexiglass pane of a "sidelight" next to entry door, on the ex...

Bought this product to re-secure a plexiglass pane of a "sidelight" next to entry door, on the exterior. Does the product come out of tube as white, then dry to clear/translucent? Pane fits into perfectly-sized wood frame painted with oil-based white paint. Need this to be waterproof and to adhere the panel to the frame, exterior of entry door area. Is this the product I should use?
Asked by: Linda
If you want something really clear then find GE Crystal Clear silicone for Granite and Marble. If you don't mind slightly milky, about like skim milk diliuted another 3:1, then this or any of the other ge silicone clears is about the same. the milky part of the translucence is silica added to the silicone adhesive to add bulk at low cost. If you want to put a pane of glass or acrylic sheet in a traditional wood doorway with oil paint correctly then it isn't done with silicone caulk at all. First remove all the old glazing putty on the outside. The pane is held in place with tiny sharp metal triangles called "glazing points". You'll need a 'point pusher' to push them into the wood. Then the entire outdoor perimeter of the pane of glass (aka "light") is filled with glazing putty to the same profile depth as the inside wood. Traditional glazing putty is compatible with oil paint, its boiled linseed oil and clay, and it will harden slowly, no need to rush as you work. This tool for this job is a couple of putty knives and this job is what a "putty knife" is actually named for. Use at least a wide and a narrow knife. You start using the wide knife to hold some putty and the narrow knife to press lumps of putty in place around the light. You won't be able to get it all that smooth with the narrow knife, so when its filled to the correct depth use the wide knife to get a smooth putty perimeter. Its better to let the putty harden before painting, if its particularly slow then a couple weeks is enough. Oh, one other tip, you won't leave any finger dents from testing to see if the putty has hardened if you put some extra putty on a paint stick and test that instead of the window.
Answered by: Whoever
Date published: 2019-06-04

The description of this GE-55 10 oz. silicone caulk says it's a translucent, 100% silicone formul...

The description of this GE-55 10 oz. silicone caulk says it's a translucent, 100% silicone formula. Does it dry translucent, or is it only translucent when applied? I'm looking for a 100% silicone caulk that dries translucent. Thanks!
Asked by: CreoleRose
I have a smooth thin layer of GE-55 applied about 9 months ago to an outside window. It is still nearly colorless and nearly transparent.
Answered by: Jason76
Date published: 2018-07-16

Fish tank safe

Is this product safe for a saltwater fish tanks marine life?
Asked by: Jimbojet
One last thing I forgot to mention. Sealant vs caulking. If you are resealing or building a tank use Dow Corning 999A. Dow Corning supplies the silicone used in big commercial and private silicone sealed tanks. Sealant is a LOT weaker then caulking. So weak intact it won't hold the weight of the water pushing against the glass. Google search for :aquarium safe silicone and read the ingredients on the tubes to be sure it contains NO ADDITIVES to prevent/stop mold or mildew growth. If it has additives it will kill everything in the tank very very quickly.
Answered by: Titan
Date published: 2018-03-01

Can this be used in applying/caulking a granite backsplash?

Can this be used in applying/caulking a granite backsplash?
Asked by: CreoleRose
I have not used it applied to granite backsplash but see no reason not to use this clear silicone. It bonds for me in radio control boats. It remains somewhat elastic and can flex with temp. changes. Being clear will hide your repairs.
Answered by: Matisse
Date published: 2018-07-11
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Customer Reviews

10 oz. Glazing Silicone Sealant (12-Pack) is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 26.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The sealant has a good bond; I have used it... The sealant has a good bond; I have used it to seal /bond the glass pane to the frame.I needed to fill small gaps in a second application using a very fine hole and the flow was consistent.During application I used two sheets of wet kitchen towel; with a little soap for wiping off smears.
Date published: 2019-05-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked well, needed to make a turtle land in an... Worked well, needed to make a turtle land in an aquarium and this silicone is holding it in place great.
Date published: 2019-05-21
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Directions said it was supposed to come with a pin... Directions said it was supposed to come with a pin to puntcure the tube. There was no such pin.
Date published: 2019-04-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2019-04-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 5 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2019-06-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from WHAT I USE IN MY AQUARIUMS SAFE FOR FISH WORKS BETTER THEN OTHERS AND ONLY ONE I WOULD TRUST WITH MY FISH
Date published: 2015-11-28
Rated 2 out of 5 by from I know, absolutely, that silicon will not adhere to plastic. Not for long! Glass, yes, if properl... I know, absolutely, that silicon will not adhere to plastic. Not for long! Glass, yes, if properly prepared. I have built aquariums professionally for 43 years now. I have tested silicon on everything, seen it on almost everything. What idiot would say it's for plastic... I had to comment. It may look like it's sticking short term but do not be fooled !
Date published: 2019-01-29
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Specified to work with acrylic, specifically lexan... This is not the case. Wouldn't bond at all ... Specified to work with acrylic, specifically lexan... This is not the case. Wouldn't bond at all to brand new acrylic lexan sheet. Cleaned the sheets with acetone and it grabbed a little but anything more than 10-15 lb-ft of force and it gives again. Sanded areas with 220 grit and cleaned with acetone and got the best result, but at the end of the day this did not bond any better than GE silicone 1. Overall I did not see much if any improvement for the extra 3 bucks a tube. It does bond well to glass.
Date published: 2018-11-18
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