Surface Preparation & Application:
1. Surface must be clean, dry and free of old caulk, dirt, dust, debris and grease.
2. Cut nozzle at a 45° angle to desired bead size.
3. Load cartridge into caulking gun.
4. Fill gap with caulk, pushing caulk ahead of nozzle.
5. If necessary, smooth bead with finishing tool.
6. Clean up excess uncured caulk with a damp sponge before it skins over. Cured caulk must be cut or
7. Allow to dry 2 hours (longer in cool/humid conditions) before painting with latex or oil-based paints.
8. Reseal cartridge for storage and reuse.
For Best Results:
• Apply in temperatures above 40°F.
• Do not apply when rain or freezing temperatures are forecasted before full cure can occur.
• Do not use below waterline or for marine or automotive applications.
• Do not use for filling butt joints, surface defects, for tuck-pointing or expansion joints.
• Joint size should not exceed 3/8" wide x 3/8" deep. If joint depth exceeds 3/8", use backer rod material.
• Store away from extreme heat or cold.
Clean up excess uncured caulk with a damp sponge before it skins over. Wash hands with warm water and soap. Excess dried caulk must be cut or scraped away.
10.1 fl. oz. = 56 linear ft. at a 3/16" diameter bead
(three average size doors or four average size windows)