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Caulk Sure

We are excited to announce the latest of our line of products - Caulk Sure.

Caulk Sure Textured Hybrid Construction Sealant is an all-weather, paintable hybrid formulation that stays flexible and is resistant to shrinking and cracking. Its textured appearance complements coarse surfaces such as mortar, brick, stone, concrete, asphalt, and stucco. Caulk Sure Textured Sealant applies well in temperatures ranging from -10° F to 160° F and will not sag or slump. The cured sealant is waterproof and UV and mold/mildew resistant. It remains permanently flexible, maintaining joint movement of +/- 25%.

Caulk Sure Textured Hybrid Construction Sealant is tack free in 15-45 minutes, paintable in 1 hour, and completely cured in 5-7 days (depending on temperature, humidity, and thickness).

Caulk Sure Textured Hybrid Construction Sealant functions as a hybrid adhesive sealant, which develops a bond to most substrates without the use of a primer. This ready-to-use single component compound is typically used as an adhesive to bond dissimilar materials, as a sealant for creating formed-in-place gaskets, or a multitude of other applications.

Recommended for Sealing: Siding, trim, windows, doors, flashings, weather sealing, pre-cast concrete, masonry, roofing details, stucco, fiber cement, and asphalt shingles.

Adheres to Vinyl, Aluminum, Wood, Glass, Fiber Cement, Tile, Drywall/Plaster, Asphalt, Shingles, Concrete, Masonry, Stone, Brick, PVDF, Metal, Plastic, Painted steel, Slate, Clay Tile, Stucco, and Galvanized Metal

• Single Component RTV

• Great for interior and exterior sealing

• Will not sag or slump

• Excellent tooling properties

• Can be painted/top coated in 1 hour

• Excellent weathering properties

• Joint movement +/- 25%

• No shrinking or cracking

• Resists dirt pickup

• UV and mold/mildew resistant

• Applies vertically and overhead

• Safe to use indoors - no odor

• No solvents (50-state VOC compliant)

• No special tools or mixing

• Durable, long-lasting seal

• Bonds to a variety of substrates

without priming


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