Versatile and flexible, waterproof caulk from deVan Sealants is one of the most useful products to use inside and outside in the construction, HVAC, industrial, automotive and specialty market assembly and application industries. It repairs, seals and prevents water damage and air leakage; and it can be easily replaced when it begins to show wear.

Two (of Many) Classes of Waterproof Caulking

1. Silicone Caulk.
Silicone caulk is excellent for baths and showers and any area that has a lot of moisture. It works well on non-porous surfaces such as ceramic tiles, glass and metal surfaces, and is mold and mildew resistant. This type of caulk does not adhere to wood surfaces. It cannot be painted, but the caulk is available in a variety of colors and translucent mixtures. Silicone caulk is difficult to apply but does remain flexible when dry. It is non-toxic and must be cleaned up with a solvent. Silicone caulk does have a strong odor so you should work in a well-ventilated place.

2.  Adhesive Caulk
This is an all-purpose caulk that is especially good for high humidity environments such as kitchens and bathrooms. It adheres well to many surfaces like ceramic tile, porcelain, wood, drywall, plaster & metal. A mildewcide has been added to resist mold and mildew growth in damp areas. This caulk also works as a strong adhesive for replacing loose tiles, molding and other such items. It is easy to apply and can be cleaned up with soap & water.

Variety of Waterproof Caulks Available

With so many different types of waterproof caulking available from deVan Sealants, you are sure to find the right waterproof caulk for your assembly and repair applications. It is recommended to always read the manufacturer’s label before choosing a particular type of caulk for the specialty or industry. Additionally, it’s crucial to read the manufacturer’s instructions for proper, safe usage & storage. We offer Safety Data Sheets and Technical Data Sheets on all formulations, so their quality & safety are proven and guaranteed.


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