|Individual size (oz.)||10 oz|
|Caulk Form||Standard Tube||Caulk Type||Acrylic|
|Color/Finish||White||Coverage (linear ft.)||30.6|
|Cure Time (hours)||24||Dry Color Family||White|
|Dry to Touch (min.)||120 min||Features||Moisture Resistant, Mold and Mildew Resistant, Paintable, Permanently Flexible|
|Hub Required||No hub connection available||Indoor/Outdoor||Indoor/Outdoor|
|Longevity||50 years||Number of Tubes Included||1|
|Paint Tool Product Type||Caulk Guns||Remote Access||No Remote Access|
|Requires Hub?||No Hub Required||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. There are 4 different 2in1 Seal & Bond products under the LePage brand. Loctite Polyseamseal All Purpose Adhesive Caulk would be similar to LePage 2in1 Seal & Bond Interior. For the second part of your question, you would need to determine suitability by testing the product for compatibility beforehand since we do not speak to the intended use.
A: Thank you for the question. Loctite Polyseamseal All Purpose Adhesive Caulk will not adhere well to silicone caulk or to surfaces previously sealed with a silicone caulk/sealant.
A: No. Nothing will stick to silicone, but silicone.
A: Thank you for the question. Loctite Polyseamseal All-Purpose Caulk is a latex, water-based product and does require at least one bonding surface to be porous. Bonding two non-porous surfaces is generally not possible because the product will not cure properly. This is not to say you cannot try if your project is a small enough like a small crafts project but understand there would be not guarantee of acceptable results.
A: Thank you for the question. Cured sealant/caulking may be carefully cut away with a sharp-edged tool being careful not to damage surrounding surfaces. You can try a caulk remover which you should be able to find at your local store. However it is not a guarantee of removal