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Liquid Nails Clear Seal All Purpose Sealant, 6 fl. Oz.

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A premium grade, clear sealant that gives a watertight, mildew-resistant seal on most surfaces and common building materials. Clear Seal is clearer than silicone sealants and provides excellent adhesion, durability and flexibility.

  • Stays crystal clear
  • Will not yellow
  • Weatherproof seal
  • Excellent adhesion
  • Permanently flexible
  • Paintable

Specification Description
Brand: Liquid Nails
Noun: Adhesive
Product Type: Sealants
Manufacturer Part Number

How do you get this stuff out of the tube ?! Is there a special injector for it ?

Asked by: Mwmwmw
Squeeze Tube Application Knead waterproof sealant tube to soften contents. Cut tip at 45° angle where marked for desired bead size. To apply waterproof sealant, start at back end and squeeze toward nozzle. Using consistent pressure, apply continuous bead into gap at 45° angle. Do not tool. Sealant skins over within 5 minutes.
Answered by: MatthewL
Date published: 2019-02-25

Can liquid nails sealant be used between water drains and cement around pool area?

Asked by: weisa
Recommended For: sealing and waterproofing glass, fiberglass, rubber, ceramic tile, masonry, window and door frames, metal, concrete, brick, acrylics, siding, wood, vinyl, moldings, porcelain and all common building materials. NOT Recommended For: use on polystyrene foam insulation, below the waterline, aquariums, automotive uses, on top of silicone, or wet or green wood (excessive joint movement might be experienced as wet or green wood dries).
Answered by: DanielB
Date published: 2018-10-07
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