I bought this rather than a large tube of caulk since I was only working on a small area. This clear caulk comes out white and then dries clear. This is not stated anywhere on the tube. I taped and began caulking, heard a popping noise and thought it was just an air bubble coming out. Next thing I knew my hand was full of caulk coming out of the other end of the tube. Wiping up excess caulk was easy and the job looks neat and clean but after 5 washes with soap my hands are still sticky. After 24 hrs, the caulk turns white again when it gets wet. I will not be buying this product again.
Greatly disapointed. Sure, it is crack proof...for about a week. I had cracks all over my newly c...
December 05, 2016
Greatly disapointed. Sure, it is crack proof...for about a week. I had cracks all over my newly caulked shower and jetted tub. Followed directions on the product and even let it dry an extra 24 hours + and one week later, it is cracking everywhere. Huge disapointment considering many of the other reviews on the product. Going back to the old standby GE pure silicon stuff. None of this stuff ever again.
This appear to be a new product in my near by Home Depot and i was exciting to use this siliconiz...
November 05, 2018
This appear to be a new product in my near by Home Depot and i was exciting to use this siliconize caulk that needed only 4 hours to cure
I have caulked many bathtubs so i made sure bathtub was clean and dry. I let it dry for at least 24 hours (even though it requires only 4 hours). To my surprise it started to disintegrate (kind of 'melted') after 2 days. It happened with another white tube on a different bathtub. Not sure if it is just a bad batch of tubes or something is significantly wrong with this product . See image.
This is supposed to be a clear sealant. Came out of the tube white. Luckily I had the wherewithal to test it, as most products clear up after they dry. This did not - it remained totally white. Thank goodness I did not use it in my bathroom.
I needed to replace my beige shower caulking, which has molded over. Home Depot folks recommended this product. The three color choices are White, Clear and Biscuit. I bought Biscuit, but it is bright WHITE!!! Now I'll need to return it to Home Depot, try to find another anti-mold anti-mildew shower caulk that is actually beige, remove the white caulk and replace with a hopefully beige caulk. Has doubled my time, my effort and my frustrations. DO NOT BUY THIS PRODUCT IN BISCUIT UNLESS YOU WANT WHITE>
Clumpy? Yes. Sticky? Not so much. Maybe it actually works, but at this point, don't really ca...
May 15, 2017
Clumpy? Yes. Sticky? Not so much. Maybe it actually works, but at this point, don't really care. It's almost impossible to use. Has the consistency of play-do that's been left out all night. In other words, it doesn't stick and it doesn't flow. The worst caulk I've ever used. Ended up throwing the tube away.
2 hours into curing, CRACKING! Spread out all along the tub edging. What a waste of my time, no...
February 13, 2017
2 hours into curing, CRACKING! Spread out all along the tub edging. What a waste of my time, now I have to figure out if I can patch it...
I have worked with caulk quite a lot before so I know I did all the proper prep work, but just in case I double checked and followed the directions. Removal old caulk, scrub clean, even weighed the tub down during. When I was applying I noticed the caulk texture was different than I was used to (less like toothpaste and more chunky). Being a perfectionist, it took quite a while to get it smoothed out, much longer than the other DAP caulk I use. So either the junk shrinks during curing, or it was a bad batch of product.