|Item Weight||3.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||1.2 x 3.8 x 8 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||81158|
|Manufacturer Part Number||81158|
|OEM Part Number||PMT81158|
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Permatex 81158 Black Silicone Adhesive Sealant, 3 oz. Tube
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- General-purpose, black RTV indoor/outdoor sealant bonds, repairs, seals, mends and secures glass, metal, plastics, fabric, vinyl, weather stripping and vinyl tops
- Protects and repairs electrical wiring
- Works effectively on both horizontal and vertical surfaces
- Waterproof and flexible with a temperature range of -75 degrees Fahrenheit to 450 degrees Fahrenheit
- Oil, water, weather, vibration and grease resistant
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Silicone is a very good adhesive for the right applications, and can be used as a substitute for grommets, rubber cushions, weatherstripping, anti-skid feet, etc. As an adhesive, I have found nothing better than silicone for attaching items to glass. For instance, as a member of a volunteer fire department, I fastened some LED strobe lights to the back window of my truck with it, and they have been out in the weather for 2 years with no inclination of falling off (although you can easily slice through it with a razor blade when you want it to come off). I also have used it inside the truck to glue small electronic devices to the dashboard, console, windows, etc. where I wanted to avoid drilling holes, and it is much more versatile than double-sided tape, except that you have to wait for it to set. For projects like this, it is good to use masking tape to keep it off any surfaces you don't want to get it on, and also to tape the object in place to keep it still until this product dries.
I have used RTV silicone to repair leaks and cracks in rubber hoses. I've used it to patch holes in speaker cones and to insulate electrical plugs. I have even used it to fix cracked roof shingles and leaky gutters. I always keep a tube of white and one of clear silicone on hand too, because whatever color it is coming out of the tube is the color it will be forever...it cannot be painted!
RTV silicone has a shelf life, and I always try to use up any open tube within six months to avoid problems. If you have a tube and don't know how old it is or if it's still usable, test it by squeezing out a dab onto a piece of paper.Read more ›
I got one of each and the black one is much more runny and difficult to work with and seems to take longer to dry/cure. It also stinks a lot more and will stain black anything it touches - tools, hands, clothes, work area, etc.
They are pretty much the same price, definitely go with the clear one to make your project and cleanup much easier.
It is primarily for sealing gaskets, but adapted well for these jobs. I still have over half the tube, but if it hardens before I need it again, not much is lost.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Permatex is a quality product. I use the black silicone in my automotive repair shop. Works very wellPublished 20 days ago by Robert
I have been using this stuff for years, and it is great. Not only is it non-corrosiive and non-conductive but it lasts forever in the properly resealed tube. Read morePublished 2 months ago by B. E. Sharrow