- Readily denatures silicone
- Ready for use gel - may be used vertically as well as horizontally
- Water clean-up
Areas For Use
- May be used on aluminum and its alloys, copper and its alloys, iron, steels, glass, ceramics, epoxy composites, most plastics.
- Has little effect on rubber and other elastomers.
- Has little effect on most painted surfaces.
- In all cases, apply a small test patch to an inconspicuous area. Leave for 2 hours min and rinse off. Check for staining/corrosion before attempting the whole job.
- May attack nylon, certain fabrics/textiles and coloured anodised aluminum (used as a trim around showers), PU coated (re-enameled) baths, fluoroacrylics, chipped surfaces.
All surfaces must be clean, dry and dust free. Cut away as much as possible of the silicone sealant using a sharp knife. Protect surrounding areas with impervious masking tape
Cut the tip of the cartridge taking care not to damage the thread. Apply nozzle and cut at an angle of 45 degrees with an opening slightly larger than the gap to be sealed. Apply using a standard sealant gun. Best results will be obtained by keeping an even pressure on the trigger and keeping the gun at a constant angle to the surface being sealed.
Removing Silicone sealants from baths/showers etc:
- Spread the bead over the entire area which requires treatment (use masking tape to protect surrounding areas) A coating of at least twice the thickness of the underlying silicone should be applied. The dwell time required may be varied between 2 hours to 4 hours depending on primarily on the characteristics of the underlying silicone and the substrate from which it is to be debonded.
- Repeat application if necessary.
- Wash off with water after 4 hours max.
Removing Silicone Water Repellent overspray from windows and frames:
- Apply as in (a) to window panes, frames cills etc and allow a dwell time of 10 minutes.
- Wash off with white spirits or water.
- Repeat if necessary.
Store in cool dry conditions between + 5°C and 25°C