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UniBond Weather-guard Translucent Extreme repair Sealant, 300ml
- Guarantee - 35 years
- Suitable for Exterior use
- Extreme repair
Features and benefits
- Adheres to most building materials
- 20 minutes touch drying time
- Ideal for Frame, roof, gutter, uPVC, external cladding, double glazing, mirrors, polystyrene and bedding compound
- 294 g
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||24 h|
|Resistant to ultraviolet||UV resistant|
|Resistant to water||Weather resistant|
|Suitable for||Marble, masonry, polystyrene (PS) & unplasticised polyvinyl chloride (uPVC)|
Steveevans - 27 days ago
Disappointed with performance. Applied on a cold day to a roof crack for a temporary repair. Sealant lost its viscosity very quickly and hardened into a bead that could hardly be squeezed into the gap. I ended up pulling the bead out and junking the rest. A competitor product at a quarter the price did the job. To add insult the contents leaked past the tube base and fouled the sealant gun. Unilever not on my recommended list!
This product is good
PJ 83 - 11 months ago
Is this the a sealant i can use on outside render for hair line cracks,
Simple pressurised filling. Minimum physical effor
Semperfi12 - 3 years ago
Best to try on another surface to gauge the pressure and to get required fill thickness. Practice first.
Get a finishing tool. Wet Finger no good.
Top class sealant
Mikbond - 3 years ago
I've a leak on my caravan locker door which is a frame with an inset. A thin film of this sealant has stopped water getting between the two parts. A cheaper sealant didn't work. Expensive but £60 cheaper than a new door.