Surface Preparation & Application:
1. Surface must be clean, dry and free of old caulk, dirt and debris.
2. Cut nozzle at 45 degree angle to desired bead size.
3. Puncture inner foil seal.
4. Load cartridge into caulking gun.
5. Fill gap with sealant, pushing sealant ahead of nozzle.
6. If necessary, smooth bead with a finishing tool.
7. 73 degrees F and 50% relative humidity, sealant is water resistant 30 minutes after application and reaches full cure in 24 hours. Low humidity may slow cure.
8. Clean up excess uncured sealant with mineral spirits. Scrape or cut away excess cured sealant. Do not use mineral spirit to clean skin.
For Best Results:
• Not recommended for filling butt joints, surface defects, tuck-pointing, stovepipes, chimneys, fireplace
applications, continuous underwater use or on oily woods and some metals.
• Joint width should not exceed 1/2". If joint depth exceeds 1/2”, use polyethylene foam as backup filler.
• Not recommended for structural glazing.
• Not paintable. Paint substrate surface before applying sealant.
• Store below 90°F in a dry place for optimal shelf life.
• Not recommended on surfaces that might bleed oils, plasticizers or solvents. Best adhesion and
compatibility are not achieved with substrates made of methylmethacrylate, polycarbonate, polypropylene, polyethylene or polytetrafluoroethylene. Evaluate such substrates before using sealant.
• Allow 24 hours for sealant to cure. Sealant will not cure in totally confined spaces.
Cleanup: Mineral Spirits (when uncured)
Shelf Life: 18 Months from manufacturing date
Coverage 10.8 fl. oz cartridge 59 linear feet at 3/16" diameter bead
2.8 fl. oz. squeeze tube 15 linear feet at 3/16” diameter bead
Before curing, remove excess material with a solvent-moistened towel. After product has cured, material must be cut or scraped away. Clean tools with mineral spirits. Do not use mineral spirit to clean skin.