|Item Weight||1.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||2 x 2 x 12 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||18130|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Dap 18130 Acrylic Latex Caulk With Silicone, 10.1-Ounce, Almond
|Price:||$5.90 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
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- This product is a 10.1oz almond Latex caulk
- Purpose of use for caulk & sealants, adhesive-caulk
- Manufactured in the United states
- Premium quality
- Moisture and mildew resistant for caulking around window and door frames and siding corner joints
- Provides excellent adhesion to glass, ceramic, wood, metal, brick, stone and more
- 11 fl. oz
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Top Customer Reviews
In summary Alex Plus is the best deal for cheap caulk. Anything cheaper isn't worth the tube it's in and will crack in the future. Any caulk that's better cost over twice as much and in some cases over 5 times as much.
Here are some real, mostly good but some negative facets of the product:
1. Since it's non-sanded caulk, it WILL shrink/contract. For those who don't know, sanded caulks have sand, so the contraction is minimized
2. This product CAN bubble, so push the dispensing device slowly and don't let air bubbles form
3. Wipe the excess of right away or you'll have shiny areas where they were not intended. See pics.
4. You'll have to put caulk in 2x for deeper areas, since the contraction is bigger where what you're filling is deeper
That's it. At $10 I would never buy this, but at $3, it's a solid performing product and my holes are now filled. Thanks for reading.
I was in a rush to caulk a rental unit's tub and so I did not completely read the label prior to using this product. After the caulk was allowed to dry for the recommended amount of time, I decided to wet the joints to simulate how it would hold up to exposure. Unfortunately, the caulk (even though it supposedly contains silicone) just basically melted and I was forced to buy an actual silicone based product from Home Depot to fix my initial repair.
I'm sure this could work well in all-purpose applications where the joint would not be constantly subjected to submersion or running water, but the label/instructions should clearly state that this is NOT for bathroom/kitchen applications.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Ok, both tube broke with normal caulking gun. I like to think I am that song but I know better.Published 5 hours ago by CallieAnn
I used this to put on all the outside edges of my tiled shower that i just installed. To buy edge pieces would have costed an additional $400 and i was over budget already. Read morePublished 14 hours ago by Jessie
Was hoping this would be a slightly grayed white to match older, off-white tiles and tub in my mid-century bathroom. But it's a little more yellow-toned. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Kayson
Absolutely amazing for the price! Goes a long way also. Easy clean upPublished 6 days ago by TAG P.
Please understand that it goes on white, and takes WEEKS to turn clear. Other than that, everything stated is correct.Published 10 days ago by Rhinin
This stuff works really well and it's easy to use. I had to use the entire box of these to seal up all of the holes in this house, it dries a fairly bright white and is easily... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Snake
This is my favorite caulk. We use quite a bit of it in our Hope Repair ministry fixing peoples houses. We always keep plenty on hand and each time we use it, it works great.Published 12 days ago by Amazon Customer