Surface Preparation & Application:
1. Surface must be clean, dry & free of caulk.
2. Cut nozzle at 45° angle to desired bead size.
3. Puncture inner foil seal.
4. Load into caulking gun.
5. Fill gap. If joint depth exceeds 1/2” x 1/2”, use backer rod.
6. Smooth bead.
7. Clean up excess w/ mineral spirits. Scrape away cured sealant.
8. Paintable after tack free (less than 2 hours depending on temp./ humidity).
NOTE: Paintable w/ most latex paints. For best
results, use latex primer for oil-based paints. Not
for window glazing or continuous underwater use.
Store below 80°F.
Apply in temps. between -35°F & 140°F.
For Best Results:
• Store caulk away from extreme heat or cold
• Not recommended for use underwater or below grade, on stovepipes, or chimneys, fireplace
applications, tuck-pointing, or surface defects.
• Joint width should not exceed 1/2”. If joint depth exceeds 1/2”, use a backer
rod or a polyethylene foam as a backup filler.
• Not recommended for structural glazing.
• Do not use where abrasion and physical abuse are encountered.
• Allow 24 hours for sealant to cure. Sealant will not cure in totally confined spaces.
Coverage: 50 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. Wipe off all excess sealant before cleaning. Clean tools with mineral spirits.