GE Supreme Stretch Siliconized Acrylic Sealant

summary

  • 30-minute paint-ready or spray paint immediately, will not fade or change sheen
  • Spans up to 2-inch gaps and elongates up to 800% in length  
  • Creates a tough, durable and flexible seal, will not crack or break down  

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Supreme Stretch Siliconized Acrylic sealant is a premium quality sealant with extreme flexibility for large and small gaps that may expand and contract. Formulated with excellent adhesion, the sealant can span up to 2-inch gaps and elongates up to 800% in length  It is tough, durable and resistant to stain-causing mold and mildew when fully cured.

Typical Uses: Paintable sealing projects including crown molding, cabinets, trim, baseboards walls, doors, and windows

Adheres to: Most wood, metal, drywall plaster, masonry, and some plastics

Resists Mold: Fully cured sealant is resistant to stain-causing mold and mildew. Regular cleaning of sealant is required however, as soap and other residue can cause secondary mold and mildew growth.

Paint-Friendly: When painted over, sealant will not cause cracking, fading or sheen change for most paint.

For additional information, including specific terms of the Limited Warranty, see product label.
 

  1. Remove dirt, grease, moisture, soap residue & old sealant from area to be sealed.  Use backer rod for gaps larger than 1/2" x 1/2".  
  2. Cut nozzle to obtain desired bead size.
  3. PIERCE INNER FOIL SEAL.
  4. Using caulk gun, apply sealant into gap. Smooth with a gloved finger or “tool” the caulk into gap.
  5. Wipe hands & tools thoroughly before washing.
  6. Allow 30 minutes before exposing sealant to water.
Exceeds ASTM C-920, Type-S, NS, Class 35, Use NT, G, A, M & O test and Federal Spec TT-S-00230C, Type II, Class A requirements. Exceeds ASTM C834 (-18°C) test requirements.

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