|Individual size (oz.)||9.5 oz|
|Caulk Form||Standard Tube||Caulk Type||Silicone|
|Color/Finish||White||Coverage (linear ft.)||51|
|Cure Time (hours)||24||Dry Color Family||White|
|Dry to Touch (min.)||40 min||Features||Moisture Resistant, Paintable|
|Hub Required||No hub connection available||Indoor/Outdoor||Indoor/Outdoor|
|Longevity||Not determined||Number of Tubes Included||1|
|Paint Tool Product Type||Caulk Guns||Professional Paint Supplies & Values||Pro Supplies|
|Remote Access||No Remote Access||Requires Hub?||No Hub Required|
|Returnable||90-Day||Voice Control Hub Required||No Voice Control|
|Works With||No additional compatibility|
|Certifications and Listings||No Certifications or Listings||Manufacturer Warranty||N/A|
A: Thank you for the question. GE Paintable Silicone Supreme Window & Door Sealant - White does dry to a gloss-like finish, however, in time it may become a matte-like finish with repeated cleaning.
A: Good caulk, good price and yes it takes paint well.
A: Thank you for your question. GE Paintable Silicone Supreme Window & Door Sealant is well suited for the intended use as described.
A: Thank you for the question. Best results are obtained when the GE Paintable Silicone Supreme Window and Door Sealant is applied at temperatures above 40°F (4°C). Expect longer cure times if used in colder temperatures. Sealant should not be applied on surfaces that are above 120°F (49°C) at the time of installation. When cured the service temperature of this silicone is rated between -30°F to +150°F maximum.
A: Thank you for the question about GE Paintable Silicone Supreme Window & Door Sealant. By following the recommended instructions for painting, you shouldn't expect any issues with solvents evaporating through the paint. This sealant may be painted in as little as 30 minutes with bead size 3/16”, temperature minimum of 65°F (18.3°C) & humidity minimum of 50%. Otherwise, sealant should not be painted for 2 hours. Apply paint with reduced applicator pressure to avoid disturbing the sealant. Oil-based paints are not recommended. If oil-based paints are used, first test applying an acrylic primer and paint in a small, inconspicuous area.