What is silicone caulk

What is silicone caulk

Silicone caulk is a mildew and mildew-resistant sealant. It is highly flexible and less likely to crack, peel and deform on moving buildings.

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Pre-sales Support

Pre-sales Support

1. Design consultation 2. Drawing review 3. Sealant recommendation 4. Substrate experiment: compatibility test, adhesion test, pollution test 5. Solution (sealant seam decoration)

In-sales Support

In-sales Support

1. Construction training 2. Process supervision 3. Special treatment 4. Rubber cutting spot check

After-sales Support

After-sales Support

1. Issuing quality assurance documents 2. Project return visits

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Jointas Chemical is listed company specialized in R&D, manufacture and sale of Eco-friendly silicone sealant, thermal paste and water based paints&coatings founded in 1989, China.

We Provide acrylic sealant,anti corrosion coatings, silicone adhesive, construction sealant, silicone caulk, house paint, interior paint, insulating glass sealant, industrial paint, gutter sealant, gap filler, grout sealant, construction adhesive bathroom sealant, waterborne coatings, water-based coating for steel structure,silicone structural, silicone sealant, ms sealant, pu sealant, pu foam, polyurethane sealant, anti corrosion paint, weather sealant, If you feel interested in them ,You can browse related products and initiate consultations on our website.

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Is silicone caulk waterproof?

Since silicone is waterproof, silicone sealants are well suited for repairs around bathtubs, faucets, toilets, and sinks. The powerful hold created by silicone caulks and sealants also makes them useful for construction jobs, especially outdoors.

How to clean up silicone caulk residue?

Scrape off as much of the residue as possible with a razor blade or flat head screwdriver without scratching the surface you are cleaning. Apply mineral spirits or denatured alcohol. Use a scrub pad if possible, unless the surface is easily scratched, then use a sponge. Scrub vigorously.

What is the difference between caulk and silicone

The main difference between Caulk and Silicone is that Caulk is for big purposes like in construction projects or in house, whereas silicone is mainly used to bind surfaces like metal, glass and plastic. Caulk is paintable and silicone is non paintable paint do not stick on these silicone sealants.

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What users say about JOINTAS

The sealant has a fine texture and no bubbles, and the taste is very small. It is very convenient to use and dries very fast. The instructions are very detailed. The effect is good after using it.

Ariel

The packaging of this product is very good, very strict, and the design is very scientific.

Carry

The product I bought is really good. The other ones I bought before have a lot of particles in it. They are not smooth to the touch. I don’t know how to use it, and the beauty stitches I bought make it. I really don’t have to say.

Emily

The effect is very good! The smell is very small, almost no smell during construction.

Cindy

The quality is very good. I made it at home by myself. It's okay. The effect is good. The quality is indeed better than the price bought in other stores.

Darcy

The smell is very small, the gel is translucent, it is smooth to use, and it dries quickly. The anti-mildew effect needs time to test.

Arno
Frequently Asked Question

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One of the best uses of silicone caulk is for sealing around plumbing fixtures such as bathtubs, showers, toilets, and sinks. It is also excellent for weatherproofing your house. Use it to seal around doors, windows, and utility cables coming in from outside, and you will be going a long way to minimizing drafts.

The main difference between Caulk and Silicone is that Caulk is for big purposes like in construction projects or in house, whereas silicone is mainly used to bind surfaces like metal, glass and plastic. Caulk is paintable and silicone is non paintable paint do not stick on these silicone sealants.

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