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Homes move. Window frames pull away from the siding or doors shift against the brick. They move when the temperature changes, the rain falls, the wind blows or the earth quakes. Most caulks can’t take it – they dry hard and crack. That’s why you need Big Stretch high performance water-based sealant. Its powerful adhesion and extreme elasticity will stick, twist, bend, compress, and stretch – more than 500% of original size! – to handle most any movement your home can dish out, all without cracking.
Big Stretch is perfect for many interior and exterior applications, including: windows, doors, siding, vents, soffits, eaves, and baseboards. It is also good for crown molding and sound proofing interior walls. Big Stretch should not be used or specified in areas of water submersion, where frequent or prolonged puddling occurs, or in areas of high foot or vehicle traffic (i.e., swimming pools, tubs, showers, sidewalks, driveways, highways, and patios). Not for use on roofs, where prolonged dampness or possible submersion may inhibit curing.
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Will not crack over time like other caulks. Caulk once and forget it.Published 2 months ago by Greg Bosworth
Another reviewer mentioned that this is a dirt magnet. Ditto that. This stuff works well, works easily and does stretch, but it's a dirt magnet to the nth degree. Read morePublished 2 months ago by midwest mom
great product. Recommended to me by a cabin builder for cabin.Published 2 months ago by Ana M. Patterson
Love this product!! Works well with older homes, due to settlement, swelling or whatever, caulk once and you don't have to do it again. Read morePublished 2 months ago by TMVA
This is very good caulking, but not perfect. We caulked our whole house with it before painting. It filled gaps as large as 1/2" and held fine for the last couple of weeks. Read morePublished 2 months ago by nandan69
This is the best caulk I have ever used . It remains relatively flexible so it is less likely to crack. I am the messiest caulk user but it cleans up nicely with a wet rag!Published 2 months ago by Bruce T. Dunlap