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Soudal White Flexible Decorators caulk 290ml
This 290ml tube of white decorators caulk from Soudal has been specially designed for sealing and filling low movement joints of the window and door frames, skirting boards, plasterboard, staircases, architrave and coving around your home. This decorators caulk has a quick drying time.
- Guarantee - Statutory
- May produce an allergic reaction
Features and benefits
- Drying time will depend on temperature and thickness of bead. Approximately 24 hrs per 2mm bead
- Acrylic polymer sealant & filler
- Volume: 235 (H) x 49 (W) x 49 (D) mm
Health and safety
Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.
|CE marked||CE marked|
|Instructions for use||Apply the sealant using a caulking gun. Smoothen the sealant with a filling-knife|
|Minimum touch dry time||0.33h|
|Ready for use||Ready to use|
|Resistant to abrasion||Not resistant to abrasion|
|Resistant to fire||Not fire resistant|
|Resistant to moisture||Not moisture resistant|
|Resistant to mould||Not resistant to mould|
jardomir - 3 months ago
I used many different types of cauld and that one is worst. Spend 1£ more and get better. No nomsense for exMples is.much much better and easy use.
DIYer20212021 - 4 months ago
Brought this item recently, was an absolute nightmare to use. Spend a few more pounds and get a better quality caulk.
Worse than useless
mcswede - 7 months ago
I used this on my room decoration to smooth tough corners and after 3 coasts emulsion, then 2 coats of stain block primer, and 2 further costs of emulsion it is still bleeding through and showing darker areas under my paintwork. Never had this issue with caulk before and clearly other customers have experienced the same. Just don't buy it.
Notahappychappy - 8 months ago
I am a painter and decorator so I have used plenty of caulk to fill gaps between skirting / frames and walls prior to painting. It says it is paintable but it's not. I used this and left it for 24 hours then put the first coat of emulsion on the wall (again leaving to dry overnight). When I've checked before I put on the second coat, it looks like something from the caulk has bled through the emulsion staining it a darker colour.
DO NOT BUY THIS
Paulpm20 - 8 months ago
I am a Painter and Decorator and I ran out of caulk and B&Q was just round the corner so decided to go and get one tub and it looked ok to begin with. Left it overnight to fully dry and painted over it following day and day after paint had cracks all over it. Definitely won’t recommend this. Stay away from this.