|Item Weight||10.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||3 x 3 x 10 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||GE5000|
|Discontinued by manufacturer||Yes|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Fastening Tools & Fasteners, Hand Caulking Guns|
|National Stock Number||4510-01-286-6835|
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GE Silicone 2+ Window & Door Caulk, 10.1 Oz. Tube, Clear, GE5000
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- GE 100% Silicone is 100% waterproof and 100% weatherproof
- 30-minute exposure to rain and water
- Ideal for exterior weatherproofing and sealing projects including windows, doors, siding, trim, and around vents, wire and pipes
- Exceeds ASTM C920 Class 25 specifications
- Permanently flexible to keep gaps sealed, shrink-proof and crack-proof
- Will not break down due to extreme weather conditions, freeze-proof and sun-proof
- 10-year mold-free product protection is resistant to stain-causing mold and mildew growth
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GE Silicone 2+ Window & Door 100% Silicone is a 100% waterproof sealant that is rain-ready in as little as 30 minutes. Ideal for a wide range of projects exposed to harsh weather from the attic to the basement. It is permanently flexible with a 10-year mold-free product protection. It will not discolor most metal finishes and adhere to porous materials such as brick and mortar. Guaranteed for as long as you own your home
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GE Silicone II combines the convenience of indoor or outdoor use with possible use in a wide variety of applications in and around your home. Silicone II is available in easy-to-hold tubes or cartridges
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The piece set with this ten years ago was just kind of jammed in with tons of this caulk until I could get around to making all the stained glass I needed. But this week when I went to tear it out it was still holding well against multiple layers of other broken glass, tar paper from previous roofs, and any number of other tiny debris that had managed to work its way in. It was ten years old and wasn't used in anything close to ideal circumstances and it was really difficult to break the seal.
These skylights are far from ideal either - they are the steel framed industrial skylights that one finds in early 20th century buildings that are KNOWN for leaking. But this stuff really holds well through the Chicago seasons and just does a great job.
I finished the stained glass and am now installing them properly with this caulk and am still just as thrilled as I was before.
It doesn't dry *entirely* clear, however. It isn't glassy clear, but cloudy clear. It does blend well with whatever color is against it though.
Will use it to replace other skylights as I redo them. I included some images so you can see the color of the bead of caulk and the word application.
Just great stuff.