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- Caulk Sealant Material: Siliconized Acrylic
- Product Type: Window & Door Caulk
- Color: White
- Container Size: 10.1 oz.
- Moisture Resistant: Yes
- Paintable: Yes
- Permanently Flexible: Yes
- Indoor and Outdoor: Indoor and Outdoor
- Mold and Mildew Resistant: Yes
- Use on windows, door frames, baseboards, molding, countertops
- Adheres to painted and unpainted wood, plaster, masonry, aluminum, most types of siding, brick, stone, tile and glass
- Apply above 40 degrees F
- Cure time 72 hrs.
- Paintable 2 hrs., latex paint, 24 hrs. oil based paint
- Not for marine use or below grade
- Mildew resistant
- Water clean-up
- Meets ASTM C834-76
- TTS-001657, TTS-00230, C-TYPE 2, C-920
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- Does Not Yellow
- Easy To Clean
- Good Consistency
- Detailed Work
Comments about ACE HARDWARE Ace® 35 Year Siliconized Acrylic Caulk in White:
I like this caulk for indoor work - and have used it quite a bit for baseboards. It dries up firmly, and is paintable. With the added silicone, it stays flexible and lasts. You can get a professional caulk line with it. Get some "frog tape" or other non-bleed painting tape. Before you caulk, run a straight strip of the tape along the area for the caulk line. It takes a bit of practice and you may need to lift the tape and re-do sometimes to get it straight, Then run another straight strip of tape parallel to that. The gap between the tape strips is where your caulk line will be. Typically this should be about 3/16 inch but no wider than 1/4 inch. Make sure your tape is pressed down firmly. Then run your caulk bead over the gap between the tape strips. Don't worry if it is bumpy. Take a cup of water with a couple of drops of dish soap added, and wet your finger. Then smooth out the line. After this, very carefully and slowly peep away the first tape strip; then the second. You will have a crisply defined caulk line that looks like it was done by a pro - and that would be you!