Project 1 100 RTV Silicone Sealant Improved Adhesion Neutral Curing 10.1 oz. Caulking Cartridge - Nozzle: Removable (Detached)
Available in CLEAR, WHITE, BLACK, and MEDIUM GRAY.
When you have a specialized job that calls for improved adhesion to materials
such as vinyl windows, vinyl doors and siding - Project 1 Neutral Cure Silicone Sealant is
your answer. It is also your best choice for use on all masonry surfaces including
concrete, limestone, mortar, brick, man-made and natural stone surfaces.
Our Project 1 Neutral Cure Sealant will bond to these and many other substrates.
When working with vinyl windows a Neutral Cure product is your only choice.
Avoid costly call-backs and unhappy customers. Get the right product for the job!
Project1 6700 SERIES-100% NEUTRAL CURE SILICONE is a high quality,
single-component, 100% neutral cure silicone sealant which provides superior adhesion to
materials and surfaces where general purpose silicones fail. Project 1 Neutral
Cure Silicone exhibits superior adhesion, resists temperature extremes and UV
deterioration. It will not react or corrode most metals or plastics. Use on bare
metals, painted surfaces, glass, gel-coated surfaces, filon, vulcanized rubber,
non-oily woods, polyurethane foam, PVC, and most plastic surfaces. Use it on
masonry, brick, concrete, stone, vinyl siding, windows and doors. It is the perfect
choice for general assembly manufacturing operations where superior adhesion
and long term performance is required.
When you absolutely need a silicone that sticks, choose our Project 1 100% RTV
Neutral Cure Silicone Adhesive/Sealant.
Project 1 Silicone is supplied in a 10.1oz (300ml) caulking cartridge, 5 gallon pails,
and 55 gallon drums. Every caulking cartridge comes with one detachable nozzle.
Warranty and Shelf Life:
Each application should be pre-tested for suitability of this product for the
intended use. When stored in the original, unopened container at temperatures l
ess than 90 degrees F (32 degrees C), our Silicones are guaranteed for one year
from date of purchase.
Important note: Paint will not adhere to silicone sealant but silicone sealant will
adhere to most painted surfaces. Always paint first and then seal. Make sure the
paint has had time to dry completely before applying silicone sealant.