Thank you for the question. The OSI QUAD Sealant is a solvent based product. The product is not designed or intended for this purpose and may or may not be compatible with certain types of vapor barrier. It would also not be recommended if used interior in occupied living structures. Product may not cure properly allowing solvent vapors to linger.
Yes, The QUAD Sealant is suitable for this intended use assuming the gable vent is not made of polypropylene plastic
Yes, The QUAD Advanced Sealant can be used on PVC trim
Thank you for the question. The product UPC for the QUAD Advanced Sealant #839 Blue is 0-28756 97535-9
Thank you for the question. The OSI QUAD Advanced Sealant is paintable when fully cured. Cure time is approximately 7-14 days or longer depending on ambient conditions and volume of sealant used. Latex paint is recommended. If using oil based/alkyd paint, a latex primer should be used first. Keep in mind that paints in general are more rigid than sealants and may crack, wrinkle or lose adhesion during sealant movement in extreme conditions.
Color number 551 for te OSI QUAD product
I did...only time will tell how that goes. It says in the description that it is "paintable with latex paints."
Thank you for the question. The OSI QUAD Clear is not recommended to be used on the Polycarbonate plastics as it may cause surface crazing and weaken the plastic. We would recommend the GE 100% Silicone Sealant for Plastic Sheets – Translucent (Model #GE-55 Store SKU #101241). See your local store or store associate for assistance.
Thank you for the question. The QUAD Advanced Sealant can not be sanded very well and will more than likely clog the sanding materials used in the process.
Thank you for the question. If you are asking about paintability, the QUAD Sealant is paintable with any type paint once fully cured. You may want to use a latex primer before hand based on your description. If this is not what you had in mind, please reach out to our Technical Team at 1-800-624-7767 for help