Top Gun 140
- -Great Adhesion
- -Paintable sealant for interior/exterior use
- -40 year warranty
- -Meets ASTM C-834
- -Available in white
Top Gun 200
Siliconized Acrylic Sealant
- -Applies smooth and easy, adhering strongly to most surfaces
- -Ideal for interior/exterior use
- -Cured sealant is completely paintable
- -50 year warranty
- -Exceeds ASTM C-834
- -Available in white, clear, and 8 colors
Top Gun 300
Elastomeric Siliconized Acrylic Sealant
-Forms a flexible, durable, airtight, water-resistant seal
-Ideal for interior/exterior use with exceptional adhesion and paintability
-60 year warranty
-Available in white
Top Gun 400
Elastomeric Acrylic Urethane Sealant
-Made with DuPont™ KEVLAR® for exceptional strength & durability
-Superior adhesion to most building substrates with greater than 800% elongation
-Internally plasticized to reduce dirt pickup, eliminates yellowing & shiners
-Ideal for interior/exterior use with exceptional paintability
-Life time warranty
-Exceeds ASTM C-920
-Available in white, clear, bronze, & stone
Caulking: Types and Tips
Acrylic Latex or Siliconized – Best to use interior for gaps between trim, walls, ceilings, around windows, doors, even electrical outlets to prevent against hot or cold air drafts. Most acrylics are paintable.
100% Silicone– Best product to use for a waterproof barrier around toilets, bathtubs, and sinks. Even to guard against outdoor weather conditions around windows and doors. Paint will not adhere to 100% silicone caulking.
-Old caulking needs to be removed.
-Cut the tip of the caulking tube at a 45 degree angle. The cut can be smaller or larger depending on the application. Keep in mind, smaller is easier and cleaner.
-Be sure not to caulk too slow or globs will build up and don’t move too quickly or there will be breaks in the bead of caulking.
-Smooth caulk out with a moistened cloth.
-Before starting any caulking, practice on a piece of scrap or cardboard to check for speed and accuracy.