The project discussed in this post is sponsored by the makers of GE Sealants & Adhesives.
When Glen, from DIY Creators, wanted to update his workshop’s damaged door trim, inspiration struck. That’s when he decided to DIY his own Craftsman-style door trim with the help of GE Sealants & Adhesives’ line of products. Since the shop’s old trim was such an eyesore, Glen needed a paintable sealant to finish the job, one that could help ensure beautiful, long-lasting results. That’s why he chose best-in-class† Max* Shield Painter’s sealant. Backed by Tri-Shield protection, this sealant offered Glen a waterproof, mold-resistant1 and flexible seal – an excellent product not only for door trim, but for windows and molding, too. Learn more about Glen’s caulking project in his step-by-step guide.
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*Max is a trademark of Momentive Performance Materials Inc.
†Based on comparison of publicly available manufacturers’ specifications, products meet or exceed the flexibility performance of any commercial siliconized acrylic sealants in their respective category and ASTM C-920 class (or lower).
1Cured caulk is resistant to stain-causing mold and mildew. Regular cleaning of caulk is required however, as soap and other residue can cause secondary mold and mildew growth.