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Uses + Applications
Formulated for Demanding Window, Door & Siding Applications
How to Choose the Right Caulk
Are you not sure what caulk or sealant is right for your project? With so many choices, it can be confusing.Learn More
Be aware of the weather
Apply in temperatures above 40 F. Not for continuous underwater use, high temp surfaces or surface defects.
Prime when necessary
Priming not usually necessary. Priming only required if testing indicates a need or where sealant will be constantly subjected to high levels of moisture after cure.
Use backer rod
Joint side should not exceed 1/2" wide by 1/2" deep. For joints deeper that 1/2", use backer rod.
Secret to straight lines
Prior to dealing, apply painter's masking tape above and below the joint you are sealing. Once finished, make sure to remove the tape at a 45 angle while the caulk is still wet.
Store away from extreme heat/cold
Lower Your Energy Bills by Weatherizing Your Home
Properly sealing windows and doors not only prevents unwanted drafts, but also protects against damage from the elements.Learn More
5 Steps to Winterize Your Home
Ready for that cold snap? Here’s how to make your home more comfortable and energy efficient—and maybe even save you some money.Learn More
How to Seal and Insulate a Window and Door
Prevent air leaks and help your home be more energy efficient and comfortable with this step-by-step project.Learn More
Choosing the Right Caulk or Sealant
Use this guide to help you find the right caulk or sealant for the most common home projects.Learn More
How to Fix Drafty Windows
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How to Caulk Like the Pros
Hone your caulking skills with these 8 tips for indoor and outdoor projects.Learn More