|Item Weight||15.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||10 x 3 x 2 inches|
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|Item model number||18546|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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Dap 18546 Kwik Seal Plus Kitchen and Bath All-Purpose Adhesive Caulk Clear, 5.5-Ounce
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- This product is a 5.5Oz Clearmicroban Caulk
- Purpose of use for Caulk & Sealants, adhesive-caulk
- Manufactured in the United States
- The perfect seal starts with Kwik Seal Plus and ends with Dap
- Dap CapTM
- Mildew proof guarantee
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UPDATE six months after the Kwik Seal failure:
Recommendation: use GE Silicone II, Kitchen and Bath. Six months after using it, it is still in perfect condition.
I originally told my father to get me GE Silicone II Bathroom Tub and Tile Sealant, but Ace told him this product. They are SO WRONG. Now it's got to be totally removed and replaced with some other sealant product like the GE. I am so totally disgusted and highly recommend buyers beware and AVOID this crappy product if you know what's good for you. This deserves 5 negative stars...
THIS PRODUCT IS UTTER GARBAGE. I CAN SEE NO APPLICATION WHERE IT WOULD FUNCTION ADEQUATELY.
I was sufficiently annoyed by DAP Kwik Seal Plus that I call the company to politely inform them that maybe they have some formulation issue etc. I described my experience and they were very defensive, insisting that it was either user error (in that the product actually takes 7-14 days to cure (the label says 24 hrs)) or that it cannot be applied to a surface that was previous occupied by a silicon based product as it will not adhere to the residue. I explained that Kwik seal turns white when wet from above not from beneath and so is permeable to water. They then indicated that all latex and acrylic products do this and that this is acceptable. I explained that I purchased a product that was sold as clear for use with a black kitchen sink and a dark green granite counter top and that I require it to remain clear. Rather than have the conversation deteriorate into point counter point, I suggested that review the Amazon reviews to get a spectrum of experiences and left it at that.Read more ›
* It took more than 2 days for it to change from white to clear look.
* Then, it starts to shrink, deformed and peeled
* Then, some areas show cracks
Too bad, I am looking for other brand now. DAP, you wasted my time and labor!
Also, something is up with the reviews. 49% of the reviews are 1-star, yet it still has a 4.5 star overall rating? What's the deal?
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Item arrived on time. DAP is a trusted name in the construction field. This stuff has so many useful purposes and hides a multitude of sins (i.e. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Colonel
Used this in the bathroom tub and it worked well. I like how it dried fast too!!Published 2 months ago by Sharon T
complete garbage. worst product ever. Literally washes away even when dryPublished 3 months ago by Dana Bauer
This worked well. I did not need too much and I like the cap being able to be placed back on for later use. Read morePublished 3 months ago by George FlowPez
Goes on, OK, but remains "sticky" for days or weeks. Every piece of dirt or debris becomes one with the caulked surface. Worst
caulk I've ever used. Read more
This stuff cracks and peels just like every other caulk. We let our shower dry for days before applying, waited even more days for sufficient drying time and are truly... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kathy
I agree with all the one star reviews. This stuff is junk. I thought it would compare to the polyseamseal I've used in the past. I properly cleaned the surfaces. Read morePublished 5 months ago by R G
Does not work--this stuff really does dissolve when water touches it and has forced me to do a re-caulk job in my bathroom. Read morePublished 5 months ago by a reader