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ASI 55 Hybrid Sealant and Adhesive
ASI 388 Silicone Adhesive
Manus-Bond 75-AM Sealant Adhesive
American Sealants Butyl Silicone Caulk
ASI Butyl Silicone Sealant
Sale price$160.00
American Sealants ASI 57 Modified Polyurethane Sealant
Silco RTV 45 Silicone Sealant 10 Pack
American Sealants ASI 600 High Temp Silicone
American Sealants 335 Neutral Cure Silicone
American Sealants 174 Siliconized Acrylic Latex Caulk
10.2oz cartridge of clear ASI aquarium sealant
10.2oz cartridge of black ASI aquarium sealant
3M FD 150+ Red Fire Barrier Sealant
3M CP 25WB+ Red Fire Barrier Sealant
3M CP 25WB+ Red Fire Barrier Sealant
Sale pricefrom $181.00
ASI 505 Self-Leveling Silicone
ASI 505 Self-Leveling Silicone
Sale price$720.00
3M 2000+ Fire Barrier Silicone Sealant
Wacker Elastosil E14 Silicone Cartridge

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FAQs About Silicone Adhesives & Sealants

Silicone sealants are a liquid form of adhesives often used to fill gaps and seal surfaces in order to prevent the passage of air, water, dust, or other unwanted substances. Typically made from heat and weather-resistant silicone, they are useful for applications within the construction and automotive industries, as well as for use in household repairs.

Silicone sealants are considered better than other sealants due to their durability, flexibility, non-toxicity, versatility, and ease of use. They can be used on a variety of substrates and are resistant to weathering, UV radiation, and temperature changes. 

Take the following steps to remove silicone sealants:

  1. Soften the sealant with a silicone sealant remover, a hairdryer, or a heat gun.

  2. Scrape away the softened sealant using a scraper or putty knife.

  3. Clean the surface with rubbing alcohol, vinegar, or soap and water to remove any residue.

Always wear gloves and eye protection when using chemicals, and be sure to follow the manufacturer's instructions.

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