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Polyseamseal, the real deal

Premium Polyseamseal for professional results in the kitchen and bath 

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Save time and money and get professional results with Polyseamseal adhesive caulk. We help you to do the job right the first time!

Why choose Polyseamseal?

The kitchen and bathroom are prone to moisture and water damage or mildew. Polyseamseal can stand up to moisture by forming a protective barrier between and around surfaces. As a bonus, it’ll dry and be ready for paint within the hour.
Polyseamseal tub and tile adhesive caulk is flexible, durable, and cleans up with soap and water. It’s great for sealing around bathtubs, countertops, sinks, and anywhere you require a strong watertight seal. Choose Polyseamseal all-purpose adhesive caulk for general use around the house.

Applying Polyseamseal like a pro

Polyseamseal is an easy product to use but must be applied correctly for best results. You will need a standard caulking gun, masking or painter’s tape, gloves, and possibly a caulk smoothing tool. Follow these easy steps:

Work safely. Always wear gloves when working with caulks and adhesives.

Prep. Clean the area so it’s free of any dust, dirt, or old caulk. This will ensure a good seal. Make sure the area is dry before proceeding. For best results, put a strip of masking tape on each side of the gap or joint you plan to caulk. This will leave a clean line of caulk when it is removed.

Cut the tube. Cut off the tip of the caulking tube at approximately a 45-degree angle to create an opening about 1/8 of an inch thick. You can always cut bigger if required.

Apply. With a steady squeeze on the trigger of the caulk gun, apply Polyseamseal caulk along the seam or gap.

Smooth out. After applying, smooth the bead of caulk with a caulking tool. A wet finger works well also. Make sure there are no gaps in the bead of caulk. Remove the masking tape and let the sealant cure for the time specified on the label.

Polyseamseal - the caulk for every project

Polyseamseal adhesive caulk comes in two varieties to cover virtually any type of caulking project around the house.

Loctite Polyseamseal All Purpose Adhesive Caulk is for general use. It is a 2-in-1 product that features the strength of an adhesive and the protection of a premium caulk. It forms a strong and durable bond yet remains permanently flexible. It is water based, so it is non-flammable and easy to work with. You’ll love the easy clean up as well.

Loctite Polyseamseal Tub & Tile Adhesive Caulk has the same advantages as the all-purpose version with some added benefits, especially for wet areas. It contains mildewcide to prevent common mold problems around bathtubs and sinks. It offers superior water-resistance and stays permanently flexible, so it maintains its seal.

Products used

  • loctite polyseamseal all purpose clear 10oz cartridge
    Loctite Polyseamseal All Purpose

    Provides a durable bond and seal for general sealing projects.

  • loctite polyseamseal tub tile white 10oz cartridge
    Loctite Polyseamseal Tub & Tile

    Provides a durable bond and seal for kitchen & bath projects.

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