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3.0 9 oz. White Kitchen and Bath High Performance Silicone Caulk

  • High grade sealant for kitchen, bath and plumbing applications
  • Water resistant and paintable after 30 minutes of application
  • Shrink and crack proof with superior flexibility and adhesion
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DAP 3.0 High Performance Kitchen, Bath and Plumbing Sealant provides a durable, 100% waterproof seal to keep out water and moisture to prevent damage and mold/mildew growth. Formulated with MICROBAN Antimicrobial Product Protection, DAP 3.0 fights the growth of stain and odor-causing bacteria, mold and mildew on the sealant for up to 10 years. The sealant is paint and shower ready in just 30 minutes after application, so you can use your shower sooner. DAP 3.0 stays permanently flexible so it won't crack, shrink, or crumble and is backed by a lifetime guarantee. It applies easily and smoothly, is low in odor, VOC compliant and safe for granite and marble. Ideal for sealing tubs, showers, sinks, counter tops, backsplashes, fixtures and even repairing loose tiles.
  • Advanced sealant technology for kitchen, bath and plumbing applications
  • 10-year mold and mildew resistance guarantee with MICROBAN antimicrobial product protection
  • Shrink and crack proof with superior flexibility and adhesion
  • Non-staining so it is safe for granite and marble applications
  • Easy to gun out and smooth
  • Low odor and VOC compliant
  • Interior use
  • Meets ASTM C920, class 35
  • Mineral spirits clean-up
  • Cured sealant is mold and mildew resistant
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Specifications

Dimensions

Individual size (oz.)
9

Details

Color/Finish
White
Coverage (linear ft.)
49
Cure Time (hours)
24
Dry Color Family
White
Dry to touch (min.)
20
Features
Moisture Resistant,Mold and Mildew Resistant,Permanently Flexible
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor
Interior/Exterior
Interior
Kit
No
Longevity
50 years
Longevity (years)
50
Number of Tubes Included
1
Professional Paint Supplies & Values
Pro Supplies
Returnable
90-Day
Sealant Form
Standard Tube
Sealant Type
Silicone
Transparency
Solid

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
No Certifications or Listings
Manufacturer Warranty
Lifetime Guarantee

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Customer Reviews

  • 3.5
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  • 53% recommend this product
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Take this junk off the market
As so many others have mentioned: can’t get it out the tube. I bought the most expensive thinking it was the best. Two tubes and both were dried up in the tube. I put so much pressure on the caulking gun that it bent the plunger on my caulking gun and nothing came out the tube. Wasted time and money, and pushed my project back by a whole day. Please do not reply with your generic, insincere, copy/paste “We are sorry” response. For the sake of your brand name, pull this junk off the market.
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Response from DAPProductExpertJan 4, 2021
Thank you for posting your feedback. Based on your description of the difficulty encountered while attempting to apply the product, it would appear that you may have purchased material that is beyond shelf life and/or the inner foil seal was not properly punctured prior to your application attempt. At your convenience, please contact DAP’s Technical Customer Service Department at 888-327-8477 so that we can obtain some additional information from you. When calling in, please be sure to have the package (cartridge) available, as we will need to verify the production code in order to determine the date of manufacture and so that we can reach out to the store where it was purchased, as DAP does not have direct control of stock rotation/inventory management at the retail store level. DAP
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    Product turns yellow if you don't paint
    I bought the most expensive caulk to not deal with quality issues but this caulk turned yellow on every baseboard that it was used with. I used two dap products and both are trash. Caulk was never cleaned, wiped and the only thing it was exposed to was dust which is visible, water on smooth rag which was used to smooth the caulk during application and home air. The GE product is far superior. IF you intend to use this, paint over it.
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    Response from DAPProductExpertSep 14, 2020
    Thank you for posting your feedback about DAP 3.0 Kitchen, Bath & Plumbing High Performance Sealant. We are sorry to hear about your experience with this product. The most common cause of "yellowing" is exposure to oxidizers (bleach/bleach like cleaners), natural oils/petroleum oils and solvents (as well as their vapors). At your convenience, please contact DAP’s Technical Customer Service Department at 888-327-8477 so that we can obtain some additional information from you and arrange to obtain a sample of your remaining product for evaluation. DAP
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      Easy to work with
      Easy to work with
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      Gloss yellow
      I used this because it was recommended in the instructions for the tub surround I bought. Normally I love DAP products (DAP 230 is great). I was expecting this to be a bit challenging to work with, but it wasn't so bad. Just have some mineral spirits handy for any issues. The problem is that, after a few months, the white had definitely yellowed quite a bit. Now, you'll see where others have complained, and DAP reps say it doesn't unless "it's exposed to some sort of chemical that reacts with it". So here's the thing. I am a very lazy husband. So it took me MONTHS to finish the bathroom. Thus it was not used, certainly not as a bathroom. There were no chemicals. Barely even light. It was like a nearly-perfect science experiment. And it yellowed. I'll attach a picture where I went to finish filling in the gaps and screw troughs. It's kind of obvious what's new and what's a few months old with no use or wear (hint: the top and bottom of the corner bead). And it's kind of obvious that nobody in their right mind would have used the tub in that shape. And it wasn't plumbed, anyway. All the tubes were bought from the same box. The stuff was nice and pliable, stuck well, and no signs of lack of power as an adhesive agent. But I wouldn't use it where it's going to be seen. I'll stick to DAP 230 for that. And in fact I went over any visible DAP 3.0 with DAP 230.
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      Response from DAPProductExpertJun 14, 2020
      Thank you for posting your feedback about DAP 3.0 Kitchen, Bath & Plumbing High Performance Sealant. We are sorry to hear about your experience with this product. The most common cause of "yellowing" is exposure to oxidizers (bleach/bleach like cleaners), natural oils/petroleum oils and solvents (as well as their vapors). At your convenience, please contact DAP’s Technical Customer Service Department at 888-327-8477 so that we can obtain some additional information from you and arrange to obtain a sample of your remaining product for evaluation. Of note DAP DYNAFLEX 230 is not designed, tested, labeled or recommended for use as a kitchen and bath sealant. DAP
        4 people found this helpful
        The product was easy to use and gave a nice finish look.
        The product was easy to use and gave a nice finish look.
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        Very easy to work with and apply!...
        Very easy to work with and apply!
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        Great stuff. Wear gloves is a must. Seals very well
        Great stuff. Wear gloves is a must. Seals very well
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        This is the first caulk that adheres to my bathtub and surround. I have used many products prior ...
        This is the first caulk that adheres to my bathtub and surround. I have used many products prior to this one. They would either crack, peel, or just get moldy and fail quickly (Generally within a month) This one has held super well so far, and has been on my tub for two months now with still looking like new, and still sealing tight to both surfaces with no cracks. Beware however... This is SUPER tacky, super adherent, and super tough. I got this on my hands, and it took quite awhile to all come off. To me, this was actually a good thing. It meant it would hold to my tub. I read others complain about the difficult to remove/clean. That is true. So be careful with it. maybe also tape off the areas so it doesn't spread too much, and do it nicely. I bought the kit to make it look nice. Clean any stray parts up as quickly as possible.
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          This is the stuff to use to seal a bath or shower surround. I have read many reviews of people a...
          This is the stuff to use to seal a bath or shower surround. I have read many reviews of people applying it incorrectly so I decided to offer some suggestions because there are few other caulks that will work long term on shower surrounds. First, don't even think about applying DAP 3.0 without painter's tape. You cannot even begin to do it without smearing it all over the place. I highly recommend Frog Tape. The blue stuff is not good enough to caulk with. Trust me. Put down two pieces of tape in a parallel line about 1/8' to 3/32" apart over the seam you want to calk. Lay down a bead of calk over the seam. Wear nitrile gloves and dip your index finger into a cup of 91% rubbing alcohol. Smooth out the calk line wiping your finger off frequently with paper towels. Do not use mineral spirits as the caulk tube label suggests. It will damage the plastic that is used on tub surrounds and it stinks to high heaven. 91% rubbing alcohol is good enough and can also be used to clean up any caulk that gets on the surround where it shouldn't be. The alcohol smell dissipates is less than a minute. Lift off the tape being careful not to have the caulk laden tape brush up against the surround or you will have a clean-up job. Depending on how the caulk line looks, you could take one more swipe at it with your alcohol coated finger, but after that, stop there or you will start smearing it all over the place. You are better off to leave it alone after you lift the tape. I wouldn't use the clear version of this caulk since it has many documented complaints of yellowing. I have never had the white version yellow and it looks good for years. Ignore the silly comments that say things like "This caulk is no good because it comes out like glue" or "I couldn't apply this because it smeared." It's just a matter of doing it right, folks. It's really good stuff.
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            Per manufacturer's instructions, I used DAP 3.0 White Advanced Kitchen, Bath and Plumbing Sealant...
            Per manufacturer's instructions, I used DAP 3.0 White Advanced Kitchen, Bath and Plumbing Sealant to seal our new 5-piece Sturdifit #40194 glue-up tub surround made of 5/32" high-impact polystyrene. I wiped down the area I needed to caulk with 91% rubbing alcohol, then I cut the tip at a 45-degree angle for a 3/16" diameter bead and poked a long, sharp, 3/16" diameter bamboo skewer down inside the tip to puncture the inner sealing membrane. The fresh caulk is the consistency of sour cream, but once the tube has been opened, the caulk in the tip thickens overnight to that of ice-cream and must be expelled and discarded before running new beads. I didn't use any masking tape and always push the caulk gun forward, instead of pulling it to run my beads, being careful to slowly squeeze out just enough caulk so it won't "snowplow" ahead and back over the tip. I let it set up a few minutes before dipping my bare finger into a small medicine dosing cup of 91% rubbing alcohol to smooth the bead, re-dipping every 3" or so. I went through and half a box of tissues, constantly wiping excess caulk off my finger and the tip of the caulking tube because it's sticky and therefore messy to work with, but the results turned out great. Rubbing alcohol works to remove the dried milky caulk/alcohol residue as well as any thin smears of caulk bordering the seams even two days later. I let it dry 24 hours before using the shower and it didn't shrink, soften or dissolve like the horrible DAP Kwik-Seal latex bathroom caulk. After a month, the DAP 3.0 remains stiff, yet flexible and is staying put. I painted the caulked edges of the tub surround with two coats of 100% Acrylic Latex gloss paint to match the walls and it covers & sticks to the caulk just fine. It even worked to "glue" the 1/4" white acrylic water diverters I made in each corner (see photos) before caulking them in the next day. Bottom Line: Messy to work with, but if you're patient, it yields good results and is paintable. Time will tell how resistant it is to mold, mildew and cleaning chemicals.
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              So very unhappy with this product! After tearing out old caulking in my newly renovated bathroom...
              So very unhappy with this product! After tearing out old caulking in my newly renovated bathroom I spent 4 hours putting new caulking in. I could tell this wasn't a nice clean white compared to another brand I used around the tub (ran out and thought this product looked promising). It applied about as easily as the other brand. Fast forward 2 months and I noticed it had stained YELLOW from urine! No way to get it out! It attracts lint like no caulking I've ever seen before and it has also gotten a gray-tint to it almost (maybe from all the lint)! This is meant for a BATHROOM and it stains yellow with urine and it attracts lint/hair (bathroom's are the worst offenders for lint/hair). Even if I could get my money back from this product it wouldn't make me happy. Now I have a bunch of caulking in a nice bathroom that really sucks and I'm going to live with it because it's way too much work to cut out. I can't stand when companies don't properly test their products before manufacturing - total waste of their customers time!
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              Response from DAPProductExpertNov 6, 2017
              Thank you for posting your feedback. We're sorry to hear about your experience with DAP 3.0 Kitchen, Bath & Plumbing High Performance Sealant. At your convenience, please contact DAP’s Technical Customer Service Department at 888-327-8477 so that we can obtain some additional information from you and so that we can arrange to provide you with replacement product. DAP
                I used this caulk around the bathtub and to seal seams for the HD sturdifit tub surround (SKU #51...
                I used this caulk around the bathtub and to seal seams for the HD sturdifit tub surround (SKU #514837). I also purchased the clear Dap 3.0 version. I read the reviews, so I expected it to be difficult to work with. I'm not a caulking expert but was able to get reasonable looking beads. I'll share my tips for using this stuff at the end of the review. Yes it is difficult to use, but my biggest beef with this caulk is the color change. Six months post install, the white acquires a yellowish hue and the clear turns urine yellow, not attractive for a bathroom. See picture, the white when it first goes down is the bottom half of the bead, the top half is 6 months old. Sorry for the purple hue. The color change is more noticeable in real life, but this should give you an idea. See my review for the clear stuff if you want to see that picture. The product is very sticky and seems quite durable, however the color change is a deal breaker for me. There is some shrinkage over time, but probably not anymore than any other caulk. If you do decide to use this (I had no choice because no other caulk sticks to the above surround) then here are my tips. Have plenty of mineral spirits and rags for cleanup and tooling. You can use your finger (with a tight fitting rubber glove) or a tooling device (I used a spoon). I would have a cup of mineral spirits ready for dipping your finger/tooling device in. I lightly sanded the seams with fine sand paper and then cleaned with acetone. Tape your caulk line but don't use standard masking tape because it will rip when you go to pull it off. When it rips you have to dig out the tape, often your clumsy fingers will ruin your freshly laid bead as you try to dig out the tape. Trying to smooth out this damage without tape to keep the edges clean is difficult and frustrating. I ended up using frog tape, which didn't rip. Work in small sections, like 2 feet or less, because it does set up fast. Make sure you pull the tape after tooling each section. If you wait too long to pull the tape you won't get a clean edge. My process was to lay a bead, tool with the spoon, wipe excess off spoon, dip spoon in spirits, tool once more, pull tape for that section, and then move to next section. If your caulking a long run it helps to have scissors to cut the tape as you complete each section. Last tip is this is a lot easier with a quality caulk gun, don't use a cheap caulk gun, too difficult to squeeze out.
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                  This product was difficult to use. It did not spread easily and evenly. It was difficult to smoot...
                  This product was difficult to use. It did not spread easily and evenly. It was difficult to smooth on the surface. And the white color was not really white, more of an off-white. I ended up removing as much as I could with mineral spirits and using another caulk over the top of it.
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                  Response from DAPProductExpertNov 1, 2016
                  Thank you for posting your feedback. We're sorry to hear about your experience with DAP 3.0 Kitchen, Bath & Plumbing High Performance Sealant. At your convenience, please contact DAP’s Technical Customer Service Department at 888-327-8477 so that we can obtain some additional information from you and so that we can arrange to provide you with replacement product. DAP
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                  So glad I got on here before I started!
                  My husband picked this up the other week, so it's what I had on hand to do my bathtub to tile seal. Now, never having caulked a bathtub before, and never having used this caulk I got onto HD and read the reviews..and panicked a little! I got good advice though, and I have a few things to add..especially for other beginners. I don't think I could read the instructions on the back of the tube without two 100 watt lights and a big magnifying glass. I definitely used painters tape to keep it neat and make clean up a lot easier. I didn't have any mineral spirits around, but I did use goo gone to clean the old silicone residue off of the shower unit. I found that my 91% Isopropyl alcohol from the drug store worked just fine for tooling and clean-up. I didn't even try water...not after reading here. Gloves, nitrile gloves...get a very tight fit if you can. I was battling baggy gloves but had infinitely better results after I figured out that I needed to pull the glove very tightly over my finger. For tooling, I found that a damp finger started dragging too fast in the caulk, but that a gloved finger very very wet with Isopropyl Alcohol slid right along and allowed me to get a very smooth finish. If my glove loosened, I would start seeing drag marks in the caulking. As a beginner, I mistakenly squeezed too much out of the joint on my first round, and was able to go back and add a second coat without a problem. This product has roughly the consistency and spreading properties of very dense marshmallow fluff, so for my fellow New Englanders, this project is a bit like a cross between making a fluffernutter, and ...I dunno neurosurgery? I used about a half roll of paper towels, with wastebasket nearby, and kept a section of the towel saturated with the alcohol so that I could clean the stuff off of my finger after each pass. After a few clean-offs I would move to the next paper towel...because otherwise it starts getting all over you. Once I finally had it all smooth, I removed the tape and then gave it another light once-over with a very wet finger (alcohol not water) to make sure the edges were smooth as well. It set up pretty fast, but not so fast that I had to rush to tool it. I haven't tested the waterproofness after 30 minutes..had no need. So far it looks really good...a little blindingly white..hope it mellows.
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                  9 people found this helpful
                  Impressive results where other caulks had failed
                  This the third caulk I have used on the guest bathroom in 5 years. The previous, all eventually shrank enough they pulled away in spots. The DAP 3.0 came out of the tube creamy and smooth, and it did adhere quickly to the tile and bathtub surfaces, and my fingers when I went to smooth out. I did use painter's tape to guide the caulk and I did wet my finger with rubbing alcohol to help achieve a very nice smooth surface. What remained on my hands did clean up with some vigorous scrubbing with soapy water. As promised it cured to the touch in about 30 minutes, and cured completely in 24 hours. It is very durable in daily use. I have had no discoloration with bleach products. It did not shrink at all in curing process. I will use again.
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                  5 people found this helpful
                  Best Caulk for Bathrooms
                  I've used many brands & options for caulking in home & marine settings and I feel Dap's new 3.0 for Bath & also for Siding are at the top of their league as far as quality & durability for residential. I consider it 5200's little brother that is workable, but dries to a rubber consistency. I've read the other reviews on here & was moved to give this product a fair representation. If caulking is applied properly, skimming it with a finger is not truly necessary. This product is indeed very sticky & quick to dry so I'd recommend applying a thin bead ( 1/16 - 1/8 ) in 3 ft. sections, if not advanced in the art of caulking, licking your finger & skimming the top lightly. If you attempt to push it in like other lower grade caulks, you will find yourself in a sticky mess. The trick is to get it right or close with the tip of the tube first & then fine tune quickly with a wet finger. If you mess it up, let it dry, peel out & try again, but if you are on the clock, quickly remove with a putty knife & denatured alcohol. It will look ready in a few hours, but fully cures in 12 - 24 so give it a day before you shower on it. I have yet to see it fail, crack, change color or shape. Hope this helps, remember the easiest way isn't always the best way. BZ
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                  To say I’d never purchase again doesn’t begin to express how I feel about this product…
                  The most difficult to squeeze out, it is SO sticky and messy, and you can not get smoothed over for ANYTHING. Looks so terrible it ruined a whole project that I can not afford to start over at the moment.
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                          The Living Worst
                          This stuff is great if you are perhaps a professional caulker. Othet than that, it will stick to everything, including your handmade black walnut live edge window sill for your new kitchen. This stuff will ruin your day and take forever to clean up. Dont buy it.
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                          Response from DAPProductExpertAug 11, 2021
                          Thank you for posting your feedback about DAP 3.0 Kitchen, Bath & Plumbing High Performance Sealant. We’re sorry to hear about your frustration with this product. DAP 3.0 is a fast cure, high performance sealant designed for challenging applications. As indicated on the product package label guidance, as well as supporting product literature: "Tooling Time (Working Time): 10 minutes and (signaling that this is a fast-cure formula) and Clean up excess uncured sealant from surface and tools with mineral spirits. Scrape or cut away excess cured sealant." (signaling that this is not a soap and water clean-up product). Based on your feedback, you may wish to consider an easier apply, acrylic-latex (soap and water clean-up formula). Without more details about your project specifics, it is difficult to provide a more detailed reply in this format. At your convenience, please feel free contact DAP’s Technical Customer Service Department at 888-327-8477, so that we can obtain some additional information from you, so we can provide a more definitive recommendation for an alternate product. DAP
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                            The product in my first two tubes was excellent ....
                            The product in my first two tubes was excellent . My last tube the product was thick and did not spread easily .
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                            Response from DAPProductExpertAug 3, 2021
                            Thank you for posting your feedback. We're sorry to hear about your experience with DAP 3.0 Kitchen, Bath & Plumbing High Performance Sealant. Based on your description of the product's texture/consistency and difficulty encountered while attempting to apply it, it would appear that one of the cartridges of you purchased may be aged/beyond shelf life. At your convenience, please contact DAP’s Technical Customer Service Department at 888-327-8477 so that we can obtain some additional information from you and so that we can reach out to the store location where you purchased this product. When calling, please be sure to have the package (cartridge) that was in this condition available, as we will need to verify the production code in order to determine the date of manufacture. DAP
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                            Good as a sealant and adhesive but difficult to tool...
                            Good as a sealant and adhesive but difficult to tool for a nice looking finish.
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                            Response from DAPProductExpertJul 30, 2021
                            Thank you for posting your feedback about DAP 3.0 Kitchen, Bath & Plumbing High Performance Sealant. We’re sorry to hear about your frustration with this product. DAP 3.0 is a fast cure, high performance sealant designed for challenging applications. As indicated on the product package label guidance, as well as supporting product literature: "Tooling Time (Working Time): 10 minutes and Clean up excess uncured sealant from surface and tools with mineral spirits. Scrape or cut away excess cured sealant." (signaling that this is not a soap and water clean-up product). Based on your feedback, you may wish to consider an easier gun and tool, acrylic-latex (soap and water clean-up formula) such as DAP KWIK SEAL ULTRA. Should you have any additional questions, wish to discuss or our recommendation or your project in more detail, please feel free to contact DAP’s Technical Customer Service Department at 888-327-8477. DAP
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                            You know marshmallow fluff?
                            It's about as easy to tool as that stuff is. Super sticky and hard to smooth. Eventually I got an acceptable result, but it took a ton of work, swearing and paper towels. Hopefully it doesn't yellow too badly. I would not recommend spending the extra money on this thinking you are getting a superior product... You aren't ...anyone have any peanut butter?
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                            Response from DAPProductExpertJul 30, 2021
                            Thank you for posting your feedback about DAP 3.0 Kitchen, Bath & Plumbing High Performance Sealant. We’re sorry to hear about your frustration with this product. DAP 3.0 is a fast cure, high performance sealant designed for challenging applications. As indicated on the product package label guidance, as well as supporting product literature: "Tooling Time (Working Time): 10 minutes and Clean up excess uncured sealant from surface and tools with mineral spirits. Scrape or cut away excess cured sealant." (signaling that this is not a soap and water clean-up product). Based on your feedback, you may wish to consider an easier gun and tool, acrylic-latex (soap and water clean-up formula) such as DAP KWIK SEAL ULTRA. As a general rule, acrylic-latex formulas as easier to work with, however, KWIK SEAL ULTRA (and other acrylic-latex formulas) are not fully interchangeable with 3.0 (for all materials/condition). Should you have any additional questions or wish to discuss or our recommendation in more detail, please feel free to contact DAP’s Technical Customer Service Department at 888-327-8477. DAP
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                              Great product, we used masking tape to make sure we...
                              Great product, we used masking tape to make sure we had tight lines. We pulled the tape off about 5 min after we used the silicone. It completely dried in about an 1hr. We were able to shower that same day. Love it!
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                              When I was about to caulk my new shower I reviewed all of my.choices and deciceded not to use sil...
                              When I was about to caulk my new shower I reviewed all of my.choices and deciceded not to use silicone as it shrinks over time. So I chose DAP 3.0. It went on easily and sealed the shower perfectly. I let the sealant dry for 2 days before using and worked exactly as I expected... perfect.
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