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Permatex Black Silicone Adhesive Sealant is a general-purpose, black RTV indoor/outdoor sealant. Effectively bonds, repairs, seals, mends and secures glass, metal, plastics, fabric, vinyl, weather stripping and vinyl tops. Also protects and repairs electrical wiring and may be applied to horizontal or vertical surfaces. Waterproof and flexible with a temperature range of -75 degrees Fahrenheit to 450 degrees Fahrenheit, this sealant is oil, water, weather, vibration and grease resistant. Suggested applications include windshields, door frames, electrical connections, seams and roofs, vinyl tops, and weather stripping.
IT WAS NOT THE PRODUCT WHAT I WAS LOOKING FOR AND ALSO IT CAME IN DAMAGED..I WANTED TO RETURN IT BUT WITH RETURN POSTAGE IT WAS NOT WORTH.NOT AT ALL HAPPY.Published 27 days ago by RAJENDRA SHAH
At the time I couldn't find black color. Clear and white all over the place. For the money and prime it saved me a big hassle and gas $. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
Not sure how I feel about this stuff. Its messy, doesn't really adhere all that well. Would like it if it was easier to recap after installing the adapter. Read morePublished 1 month ago by JeffFister
If you have ever used this stuff you know its impervious to anything once its applied. I used it to coat an entire truck bed cover that started wear. Read morePublished 1 month ago by birdman
Worked well for filling in some gaps in my windshield trim....is kinda messy..just go slow and clean up as you go.Published 2 months ago by tone
This product was completely ineffective. Following the directions on the package, I discovered that more than half of the Silicone Adhesive in the tube had solidified. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Andrew T. Huston
incredible power !!!!
i use for repair my ipad glass....
after one year is perfect again....
Worked for fixing old iron stained glass that was coming apartPublished 2 months ago by James R. Darling