Surface Preparation & Application:
1. Surface must be clean, dry and free of all old caulk, dirt, dust and grease. Rubbing alcohol is recommended for removing soap film and soil.
2. Remove cap (from tube). Cut nozzle at a 45° angle to desired bead size. Load into caulking gun if using the 10.1 fl. oz. cartridge.
3. Joint width should not exceed 3/8”. If joint depth exceeds 3/8”, use backer rod material.
4. Fill gap with sealant, pushing sealant ahead of nozzle.
5. For a neat finish, smooth bead of sealant with a finishing tool.
6. Clean up excess sealant with a damp cloth before it skins over (15 minutes.)
7. Reseal tube/cartridge for future use.
For Best Results:
• Apply in temperatures above 40°F.
• Not for continuous underwater use.
• Allow sealant to dry at least 2 hours (longer in cool or humid conditions) before painting with a latex or oil-based paint.
• Allow sealant to dry fully (at least 24 hours) before exposing to water and moisture.
• Store product away from extreme heat or cold.
Before curing, remove excess sealant with a damp cloth. After product has cured, excess sealant must be cut or scraped away.
ounces: 30 linear ft. at a 3/16" diameter bead or 2 average
size bathtubs. 10.1 fluid ounces: 56 linear feet or 4 average size