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Sashco Lexel, 10.5-Ounce Cartridge, Clear

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Specifications for this item
Part Number 13010
Brand Name Sashco
Material Type Co-Polymer Rubber
Color Name Clear
Container Size 10.5  ounces
UPC 031525130101
Hazmat item Y  ORM-D Class 3
Item Weight 0.7 pounds
Number of Items 1
Size Name 10.5 oz
UNSPSC Code 31201606

The Sashco Lexel is an elastomeric synthetic rubber caulk that provides mor... Read full product description


Special Shipping Information: This product may not be available for 1 or 2 day shipping due to federal regulations that require it to ship via ground ship methods only. This product can only be shipped within the 48 contiguous states.


Product Features

  • Elastomeric synthetic rubber caulk that is more elastic than silicone for filling and sealing gaps or cracks up to 2" wide in indoor and outdoor applications
  • Resists mildew in damp environments
  • Adheres to wood, brick, ceramic tile, concrete, metal, glass, fiberglass, mortar, stucco, and many plastics
  • Paintable with latex and oil-based paints, stains, and primers
  • Application temperature range is 0 to 120 degrees F (-18 to +49 degrees C), and service temperature range is -30 to +200 degrees F (-34 to +93 degrees C)


Product Details

Data Sheets [414kb PDF]| Material Safety Data Sheet [115kb PDF]| Benefits Guide [151kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 2 x 2 x 11 inches ; 11.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B000PSDEKA
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: 13010
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (35 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,229 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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Product Description

Product Description

The Sashco Lexel is an elastomeric synthetic rubber caulk that provides more elasticity than silicone caulk and resists mildew in damp environments for indoor and outdoor applications, such as filling or sealing gaps or cracks up to 2" wide in kitchen and bathroom fixtures, backsplashes, windows, doors, trim, siding, vents, air conditioners, and ductwork. The caulk can be applied to wet and dry surfaces, and it is paintable with latex and oil-based paints, stains, and primers.

Specifications
Maximum widthUp to 2" wide
Application temperature range0 to 120 degrees F (-18 to +49 degrees C)
Service temperature range-30 to +200 degrees F (-34 to +93 degrees C)
Begins to harden30 minutes
Time until cured1 week (dependent on temperature, humidity, and bead size)
Compatible MaterialsWood, brick, ceramic tile, concrete, metal, glass, fiberglass, mortar, stucco, many plastics
PaintabilityPaintable with latex paints, stains, and primers after 24-48 hours; paintable with oil-based paints, stains, and primers after 3-4 weeks
Volatile organic compounds (VOC)384 to 395 g/L

Caulks and sealants are adhesive materials that fill and seal gaps and cracks to keep out water and air. Water-based acrylics can be painted, can be cleaned with water, and require less surface preparation than solvent- and silicone-based caulks and sealants. Water-based acrylic caulks and sealants have less of an odor than solvent- and silicone-based products. Solvent- and silicone-based caulks and sealants are generally more flexible than acrylics and can withstand more sunlight and temperature extremes. They require solvents to clean, are more difficult to remove than acrylics, and generally cannot be painted. Water-based acrylic caulks and sealants with added silicone offer a variety of features, depending on the specific formula.

Sashco manufactures caulks and sealants. The company, founded in 1936, is headquartered in Brighton, CO.

From the Manufacturer

Lexel is a co-polymer rubber-based sealant. It has excellent adhesion to a wide variety of materials, even after seven days of water immersion. Although it's tougher and resists tearing, Lexel is a soft rubber. This allows it to stretch and compress with joint movement. Lexel should not be used in areas of continuous submersion (i.e., aquariums or swimming pools). Do not use Lexel in areas where temperatures exceed 200 Degrees F. Lexel may damage some plastics, such as polystyrene foam insulation. Plastics not listed should be tested for Lexel compatibility before general application.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Best caulk I have ever used.
smudge
The product is very easy to work with and produced a soft flexible mount for the transponder.
S Smith MD
A soapy, wet finger may be best for the final touch.
HugeStakkaBoFan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By HugeStakkaBoFan VINE VOICE on December 21, 2013
Every claim Sashco's marketing literature makes in regard to Lexel's performance is completely true. It sticks better than silicone, dries clearer than silicone, stands up to scrubbing better than silicone, and it's ready for water exposure immediately. If you're sealing up a frameless shower enclosure, all of these properties will save you oodles of time as you will not be trapped in the nigh infinite squeeze-wait-test cycle that can end up consuming days, weeks or even months as you struggle to keep the water off of your bathroom floor. If you tool it correctly, you might not realize the bead is even there as it is crystal clear and does not attract dust like a magnet as all clear silicone will.

But, it will stink up your entire house and it's a serious pain to tool correctly. They recommend limiting your beads to 3-foot runs, but I personally find that anything over one foot is too difficult to manage. It dries tack-free in 30 minutes, so that means it dries to the point that any attempt at touching it produces ugly little pills in about two minutes. What I've found produces the best results is:

1) Tape off the area surrounding the gap you want to seal with your favorite painter's tape. Preferably the delicate kind that pulls up quickly and easily.

2) Cut your nozzle to run as fine a bead as you can possibly get away with and spend the extra two dollars on a drip-free caulk gun.

3) Coat the end of a rounded tool of your choice (popsicle stick, toothbrush handle, spoon, etc) in wax. Wax is one of the few things on earth that Lexel will not stick to.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Restoring Stationmaster's House on September 22, 2007
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I am restoring a historic home and this is my caulk of choice. I first used it 5 years ago on a broken windown, I was going to replace the window, but 5 years later it is still in, the caulk has held the window togther and has stayed clear in direct sunlight. I am currently caulking between brick and wood. It sticks well, paints over well. Other caulks, paint doesnt really stick to. This it does a great job. USE THIS PRODUCT, you won't be sorry.
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13 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Ron on March 17, 2011
I use over 100 tubes of caulk and sealants a year, so I have tried quite a few. For general performance this stuff works quite well. However one of the main features they claim is that it "sticks to wet surfaces" Right on the front of the tube there is an outline of a drop of water with "sticks to wet surfaces" in big letters inside. So I kind of figured that it might say, stick to surfaces that were damp, or even wet, but that's just me. I have tried it several times on wet roofing shingles (asphalt)and even after drying the area with a towel it has never stuck. I just tried it on galvanized roofing that was wet, nope, even after drying it with a paper towel it did not stick.
I realize that this is just one aspect of the product, but when they feature this so prominently on the label, I get annoyed seeing that as my job turns into a mess, with the stuff sticking everywhere except where it needs to. I does work well aside from that, it is messy, and has a very short time for you to tool the bead, but it is sticky, and tough when cured. I would be quite happy with it if they had never made the claim about wet surfaces.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By E. La Monica on May 6, 2013
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I have purchased the best caulking I could find in various dealerships, but none of them could stand up to Lexel! I used Lexel on weather proofing
my observatory and was surprized how it kept heavy rain out. I highly recommend this product from Amazon.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Daddy'O on December 12, 2013
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This has to be the stickiest stuff known to man. I have used it on many projects and have bonded just about everything you can imagine. I always have a tube on hand because it's uses are endless. Just note that it takes longer to dry than most adhesives
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jim Bill Paul on June 15, 2013
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Have used it on my yard art made of old dishes and glassware, and it holds better than anything else I've ever used and it truly dries clear! I need to order more!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By DancingOtter on October 22, 2013
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It does take 2 full days for a hard set up on glass, but it dries perfectly clear. And the tip on the side about soapy water as a remover works great!!
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Rosemary A. Moore on December 7, 2013
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Lexel is as durable as silicone caulk but superior because of its paintability. Definitely superior to the usual acrylic caulks sold at most building supply retailers. I've tried them all and won't bother to use anything else now.
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