A: Thank you for the question. Yes, GE Advanced Silicone 2 Kitchen and Bath Sealant can adhere to grout that is structurally sound and well cleaned. Testing for compatibility and adhesion prior to use is recommended.
A: Thank you for the question. The silicone product will not adhere very well to raw Plaster of Paris, so it should at least be primed first and then GE Advanced Silicone 2 may work. But there are many variables to consider keeping in mind that once silicone sealant is used, and if it does not work to your expectations in this situation, you more than likely will not be able to use anything else. You should test for adhesion and compatibility on scrap plaster first before starting the project, to verify it will meet all your expectations.
A: Thank you for the question. GE Advanced Silicone 2 Kitchen and Bath Caulk - Almond does not come in biscuit color.
A: Almond, Clear, or White - are the 3 standard options for this product.
A: Almond, Clear, and White - are the three options for this silicone.
A: Latex caulkings are likely much better adhesives than this silicone. But depending on application, both can likely work in a pinch. If you need a true adhesive, gorilla glue (maintains some flex) or construction adhesive (dries hard).
A: Thank you for the question. GE Advanced Silicone 2 Kitchen and Bath Sealant is not classified as adhesive but instead a sealant. Adhesives bond materials to each other but are not always elastic whereas sealants are elastic and used to seal the joint between two materials to absorb the movement within the joint. They do not form the same type of bond between the two substrates. Choosing the right product depends on the nature and scope of the project and its requirements.
A: It is both an adhesive (secures sinks to countertops) and a sealant (prevents water from seeping under sink from countertop). So in many cases, it does both. However, it seems to more commonly be used as a sealant to control water leakage.
A: Tricky question, Jack. It is both an adhesive and a sealant when used to seat sinks or caulk around toilet bases. It is very difficult to remove once cured, so that makes it an adhesive. It should prevent water infiltration, so that makes it a sealant.