Internet #205188853

Model #3016

Store SKU #973408

1-5/8 in. x 11 ft. Tub and Wall, Peel and Stick Caulk Strip in White

  • Allows easy cleaning of mildew in the corners of your bathroom
  • Suitable for use with existing caulk tapes
  • Flexible nature makes the tape adhere to any surface
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Product Overview

Magic Bath Tub and Wall Peel and Stick Caulk is pre-shaped, flexible trim with pre-applied butyl adhesive. Simply peel and stick to the surface, even over existing caulk. The molded-in score line assures uniform positioning against the surface. It’s the perfect finishing touch to refresh or update your bathtub or wall trim. Magic offers a line of quick fixes for your bathroom, some of the things we offer are Tub and Floor Peel and Stick Caulk, Tub and Wall Peel and Stick Caulk, Porcelain Chip Fix, Tile and Grout Coating Pen, Spray-On Tub and Tile Refinishing Kit, Paint-On Tub and Tile Refinishing Kit, and more. Recaulking your tub and wall doesn't have to be a pain with Magic Tub and Wall Peel and Stick Caulk. It's designed to provide a flush seal without the usual mess of caulking. Chips in porcelain are an eye sore, but they're easy to fix with the Magic Porcelain Chip Fix. It includes everything you need for minor chip repairs in sinks, tubs and toilets. Hide stubborn grout stains instantly with the Magic Tile and Grout Coating Pen. This easy-to-use marker makes covering up grout stains a breeze. The Magic Tub and Tile Refinishing Spray-On Kit includes complete instructions for you to make your old, beat-up tub look like new.
  • Protect - peel and stick caulk is mildew resistant and seals out moisture
  • Flexible - adheres to any angle and surface to form a tight seal
  • Protection - can be used over existing caulk for the finishing touch
  • Simple - no tools required for easy installation
  • No mess, no tools - simple peel and stick application
  • Molded-in score line assures uniform positioning
  • Long lasting and durable
  • White, wide width, 1-5/8 in. x 11 ft.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Container Size (oz.)
6.2
Product Depth (in.)
1.75
Product Height (in.)
6.5
Product Width (in.)
5.5

Details

Dry time (hours)
0
Maintenance, Repair & Supplies Product Type
Putty/Sealant
Pack Size
1

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Product satisfaction guaranteed for a period of one year from date of purchase when used as directed

Questions & Answers

6Questions43Answers

Is this an angle tape i.e. one surface to tub and one surface to wall?

Asked by Baldev July 2, 2020
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Yes, but they are like one piece together. WARNING: This is a horrible, horrible product! Picture is deceiving: nothing like it! It is very, very thick. Cheap plastic/rubber look; one layer of thick glue on the back, which leaves a huge gap behind that grows mildew, etc.

This product was a disaster. It looked bad and immediately began to not stick. I pulled it off af...

Asked by yogagirlfromkohler May 13, 2020
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OMG! First I'd like to say that I love your review! I agree with you 100%: Horrible, horrible product: cheap looking, thick, and a bacterial growth lab! I installed it and removed immediately after, because of the things you said. Now, for you mildew: I would use concentrate bleach! You may dilute it in water and bit, but leave it there for at least 5 min. Best if more than 15 min. It is cheap[er] and it works! I am too going back to traditional calking! Good luck!

I read the reviews and a lot say that this product does not stick. Do you think it would stick well if I hot glued it?

Asked by B7 October 30, 2019
10
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Guy's , get some two sided tape for putting down linoleum , I promise it will stay where you put it .

Can it be used on fiberglass surrounds?

Asked by Joe January 1, 2019
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I think it would work well with a fiberglass surround.

1-5/8 in. is the total width, meaning product reaches half that from the joint in either direction?

Asked by jack November 14, 2018
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Yes, I used a putty knife to press the crease into corner between the tub and wall. Be careful to allow enough strip at the end of installation--I cut mine too short (quarter inch) but covered it with caulk.

Does it come in different colors?

Asked by SDuncan March 22, 2017
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I've only seen white, but wouldn't suggest this product. As soon as the weather got humid in my area I noticed it began to lift from the wall after a month.

Customer Reviews

  • 3
    out of 230 reviews
  • 44% recommend this product
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Don't waste your time
Did not stick to the fiberglass tub or the brand new wood floor straightened out on its own and is coming off.
by Dustin
Best solution to fix the gap between my counter and wall in the kitchen!!!!!! Will buy another ro...
Best solution to fix the gap between my counter and wall in the kitchen!!!!!! Will buy another roll for future issues. Thank you to the salesman who suggested it!
by Oma
I installed this at the end of May of this year. I removed the old caulk, clean the area thorough...
I installed this at the end of May of this year. I removed the old caulk, clean the area thoroughly, wipe with 91% alcohol it, let it air dry and then went back with a dry towel to ensure that it was completely dried. I watched a video and read the instructions on the package four time to make sure I installed it right. Was a bit weary the the adhesive wouldn't be strong enough but to my surprise it stuck on. Fast forward to hot/humid July, I noticed day by day that gaps started to form and the tape began to lift from the wall in different sections. Now I am very disappointed and wished that I had just went along with the original caulk and did the traditional way. Wouldn't buy this nor suggest it to anyone either.
by Rorocu8521
3 people found this helpful
I was dreading having to caulk my shower pan AGAIN !!! Then I saw this and thought it just might ...
I was dreading having to caulk my shower pan AGAIN !!! Then I saw this and thought it just might be the way to go....all I can say is GET IT !!!! So easy to apply , so professional looking and more IMPORTANTLY the little woman loves it....as do I...five stars doesn't do it justice it's worth ten !!!!
by Bob
this was CRAP. i put it on and then next morning i went to shower and it all lifted. too bad i ha...
this was CRAP. i put it on and then next morning i went to shower and it all lifted. too bad i had already thrown out the original package and receipt.
by Shadow
I'm using this size to cover gaps between wall base and floor carpet. I cannot judge the results ...
I'm using this size to cover gaps between wall base and floor carpet. I cannot judge the results yet. However the one I used for the tub and floor in the bathroom is peeling off and the leak is still present. Hopefully the one I used on the wall/carpet will hold
by Caesar
Response from THD-CSApr 16, 2019
Thank you for sharing your feedback.
I bought this for a kitchen counter top to wall finishing. I installed a smart tile back splash o...
I bought this for a kitchen counter top to wall finishing. I installed a smart tile back splash on the wall behind my kitchen counter and finished it with this. As my kitchen is black and white, it was perfect. I am thrilled with it. It was very easy to put on and seems very secure. I am plan to use it in my bathroom as well.
by pip1948
7 people found this helpful
Won't stick
I did everything that the package directs including cleaning the surface properly and waiting for the suggested cure time which is 12 hours, I waited 24 hours. It seemed like it was on good since I had pressed hard on it and I liked how it looked. Unfortunately, the first shower made it come loose in spots. Then I had to spend a good deal of time removing the residue left after removing this product. Obviously, the Home Depot clerk had never used this because I showed him pictures of the shower and asked him how to fix it and he said, "This should do it." I should have known at this point that he was just parroting what was told him and he had never used this stuff. Don't waste time or your money using this stuff. It might work in some application but if it is bridging a gap between a surround and the existing tub this stuff didn't work for me.
by DLee
Response from Weiman BrandsFeb 28, 2021
Sorry to hear of your disappointment. When using these types of products, it can be frustrating due to the specific instructions and work that comes with using a product like this. Our Peel & Stick Caulk is designed to create a tight seal to keep moisture out. Depending on if the surface was prepared per the instructions, all prior caulk must be completely removed, and the surface thoroughly cleaned with a scouring powder and rubbing alcohol to ensure all residue has been removed. Pre-bend each strip of caulk by folding it at the score line that runs down the middle to form a 90° angle. It’s best to work in small sections and continue to slowly pull the backing off and press the caulk strip firmly to the surface and avoid having to reposition the strip. In corners where two strips will meet, cut the bottom half of the strip at a 45° angle to create a flat mitered corner. We appreciate your business and thank you for sharing your feedback.
This product does not hold up as advertised. It will stay in place for a short time, but soon sta...
This product does not hold up as advertised. It will stay in place for a short time, but soon starts to loosen. Easy to apply, but the water eventually makes it loose. I followed the direction, but still it did not stay adhered between the tub and wall.
by Red
Response from Weiman BrandsFeb 28, 2021
Sorry to hear of your disappointment. When using these types of products, it can be frustrating due to the specific instructions and work that comes with using a product like this. Our Peel & Stick Caulk is designed to create a tight seal to keep moisture out. Depending on if the surface was prepared per the instructions, all prior caulk must be completely removed, and the surface thoroughly cleaned with a scouring powder and rubbing alcohol to ensure all residue has been removed. Pre-bend each strip of caulk by folding it at the score line that runs down the middle to form a 90° angle. It’s best to work in small sections and continue to slowly pull the backing off and press the caulk strip firmly to the surface and avoid having to reposition the strip. In corners where two strips will meet, cut the bottom half of the strip at a 45° angle to create a flat mitered corner. We appreciate your business and thank you for sharing your feedback.
It's not working because I soon as a couple of...
It's not working because I soon as a couple of showers hit it, it starts coming all the way loose.
by Kymmy
Response from Weiman BrandsFeb 28, 2021
Sorry to hear of your disappointment. When using these types of products, it can be frustrating due to the specific instructions and work that comes with using a product like this. Our Peel & Stick Caulk is designed to create a tight seal to keep moisture out. Depending on if the surface was prepared per the instructions, all prior caulk must be completely removed, and the surface thoroughly cleaned with a scouring powder and rubbing alcohol to ensure all residue has been removed. Pre-bend each strip of caulk by folding it at the score line that runs down the middle to form a 90° angle. It’s best to work in small sections and continue to slowly pull the backing off and press the caulk strip firmly to the surface and avoid having to reposition the strip. In corners where two strips will meet, cut the bottom half of the strip at a 45° angle to create a flat mitered corner. We appreciate your business and thank you for sharing your feedback.
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