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UniBond Re-New Mould resistant White Kitchen & bathroom Silicone-based Sanitary sealant, 100ml
Features and benefits
- Apply on top of exisiting sealant, revives old or damaged sealants, no need to remove the old
- Triple Protect Mould resistance: Repels, kills and prevents mould
- Integrated smoothing tool for a perfect finish
- Easy to apply, clean and correct
- Good adhesion to existing sealant incl. silicone
- Enough for one standard bathroom suite
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.
|Drying time||6 h|
|Resistant to mould||Mould resistant|
|Room use||Kitchen & bathroom|
This product was of no use at all
whoknew - 20 days ago
Waste of time and money, it doesn’t work and make a lot of mess.
Waste of time and money
Bazi - 1 month ago
I bought this product without reading the previous comments and end up wasting my time and money it doesn’t work and make a lot of mess.
Good idea, abysmal in practice
SamN - 2 months ago
My bathroom and kitchen sinks have stained sealant and I saw this for a decent price at B&Q yesterday. I picked it up and I can honestly say it looks worse than before. It’s messy, frustrating, and a poorly executed product. I’ll be going back tomorrow to get my money back. Avoid.
Great idea but terrible product.
Anonymous - 3 months ago
Applicator gums up.
Silicone doesn’t go off for days or at all.
Can’t get behind taps.
Don’t waste your money
Poor product, poor applicator
Alan John - 5 months ago
I bought this to renew my bathroom real as it was showing signs of age. The applicator is really inferior compared with gun sealants and because you have to squeeze it by hand it's very hard to get a consistent pressure on the applicator. You also get an inferior bead quality compared with using a gun. This will go in the bin and I'll buy something I can put in a sealant gun.