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Old 07-14-2011, 08:45 PM   #1
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Polyureathane Caulk

I have looked in every hardware store, paint store and on line and can't find any of this so called polyureathane caulk. Now I have found a black polyureathane caulk for the roof that is external, but none to reseal all the windows on the outside. I would really like to see if they make this in a clear if they make it at all other than for the roof. Black is just not going to work for me. So if anyone knows where to find this stuff please let me know or send me a link. Thanks Tony
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Old 07-14-2011, 09:07 PM   #2
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I have found the poly calk at Lowes and Home Depot. You will have to look real hard on the calk shelfs to find it. I have had great sucess with it. Main problem is you have to be careful applying it. It is NOT water clean up. You must use a solvent. I have seen it in clear.
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Look for Pro Flex at Ace Harwaree
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Trty any marine store and ask for 3M 5200 or Sika Polyurathane products.
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Trty any marine store and ask for 3M 5200 or Sika Polyurathane products.
Isn't the 3M 5200 a permanent sealer? Don't know if the OP is looking for a permanent fix, the 3M 4200 is just as strong but you can get the parts apart,both are available in quick cure/set versions.
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Yes I am looking for a 1 time permanent seal. Thank you guys I will try these out.
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