Gorilla Paintable Silicone Sealant
Gorilla Paintable Silicone Sealant
- Unscrew and remove nozzle from top of cartridge.
- Set nozzle aside. Cut hard plastic tip of cartridge above the threads.
- Replace nozzle.
TO USE: All surfaces should be clean and free of dirt, grease, oil and old sealant. For gaps larger than ½ inch use backer rod. Best if applied above 40°F (5°C).
- Cut nozzle at 45° angle.
- Insert into cartridge gun.
- Apply sealant, pushing bead ahead of nozzle.
- Smooth bead immediately after application, before a skin forms.
30 MINUTE PAINTABLE: Sealant can be painted with acrylic/latex paint in as little as 30 minutes at 70°F (21°C) and 50% humidity. Otherwise, wait 4 hours. Apply paint with reduced brush/roller pressure to avoid disturbing sealant. Best if painted within 24 hours. Not for use with oil based paints.
15 MINUTE RAIN/SHOWER READY: Can be exposed to water in as little as 15 minutes based on a 3/16” bead at 70°F (21°C) and 50% humidity. Otherwise, wait 24 hrs.
CLEAN-UP: Wipe wet sealant off project immediately with a dry cloth. Isopropyl alcohol may be used according to solver manufacturer’s instructions.
STORAGE: Store in cool, dry location with nozzle attached. To re-use product, remove nozzle and clean out cured sealant from the tip.
LIFETIME GUARANTEE: The Gorilla Glue Company warrants this product meets indicated performance properties for as long as you own your home if product is properly used and stored. If not satisfied, return proof of purchase or remaining product for replacement product or refund. Refund will not exceed the full price of the product. The Gorilla Glue Company is not liable for damages in excess of purchase price. No other warranties, either expressed or implied are given or made. You may have rights that vary state to state, so above limitation and exclusions may not apply.
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APPLICATION TEMPERATURE – Best if applied above 40° F
SERVICE TEMPERATURE – -40° to 176° F
OUTDOOR – Yes
MOISTURE RESISTANT – Waterproof
PAINTABLE – Yes – Can be painted with acrylic and latex paints. Best if painted within 24 hours.
SANDABLE – No
STAINABLE – No
CURED COLOR – White
TECHNICAL STANDARDS – Meets ASTM C-920 specification for class 25 use A
STORAGE TIPS – Store in a cool, dry location away from heat. Cartridge-store with nozzle attached.
GAP FILLING – Yes. Use backer rod for gaps larger than 1/2″
Is the nozzle reusable?
Yes. Let sealant cure in nozzle completely and then remove cured sealant manually.
Can Gorilla Sealant be used as an adhesive?
Yes, Gorilla Sealant can be used as an adhesive for light duty applications. For heavy duty applications, we would recommend Gorilla Construction Adhesive.
Will Gorilla Sealant bond plastic/vinyl/rubber?
Gorilla Sealant may be used on PVC pipes, but not in high-pressure applications. Gorilla Sealant may not work well on certain difficult to bond plastics, such as polyethylene (PE) and polypropylene (PP), or certain types of rubber with high oil or plasticizer content.
How do I remove Gorilla Sealant from my surface?
To clean surface while Sealant is still wet/uncured, wipe off wet sealant immediately with a dry cloth. Isopropyl alcohol (IPA) may be used according to manufacturer’s instructions. For cured/dried sealant use mechanical means such as scraping or sanding.
What should I do if I think a human or animal ingested Gorilla Sealant?
For medical emergencies, call 1-800-420-7186 anytime to reach a member of our product safety team. Additional product safety and first aid information can be found at: http://www.gorillatough.com/first-aid
How do I remove Gorilla Sealant from body/skin?
Wipe off as much Sealant as possible with a dry cloth. When most of Sealant is removed from skin, wash with soap and water