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- Can be processed at temperatures ranging from 5 to 40° C (41 to 104° F)
- Cures at room temperature to give a permanently flexible silicone rubber
- Low shrinking and excellent tooling properties
Test compatibility of the sealant with the adjoining materials. Incompatible substances can lead to discoloration or other impairments, such as the loss of adhesion of sealant
Ideal for DIY applications.
The substrate areas that will be in contact with the sealant must be clean, dry and free of all loose material such as dust, dirt, oil and other contaminants.
Non-porous substrates should be cleaned with a solvent using a clean, lint-free cotton cloth.
Remove residual solvent before it evaporates with a fresh clean dry cloth.
Cut nozzle at a 45° angle to the desired bead size. Load into caulking gun.
Apply sealant to surface, pushing sealant ahead of nozzle.
Smooth bead with finishing tool if necessary.
Clean up excess uncured sealant from surface and tools with mineral spirits.
Excess cured sealant must be removed mechanically.
Select RAL-colour code
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