Silicone Supreme Paintable Kitchen & Bath Waterproof Sealant, White, 9-oz.

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SKU: 130343
GE Supreme, 9 OZ, White, Paintable Silicone Kitchen & Bath Caulk, 100% Waterproof Sealant, Ideal For Sealing Around Sinks, Tub, Showers, Fixtures, Countertops, Backsplashes & Plumbing Projects, Paintable & Water Ready In As Little As 30 Minutes, Mold Free Product Protection Helps Keep The Cured Sealant Mold & Mildew Free For Up To 10 Years, Guaranteed For As Long As You Own Your Home, Remains Waterproof, Flexible As Structure Ages & Settles.
GE Supreme Paintable Silicone Kitchen & Bath is a 100% waterproof sealant that is ideal for sealing around sinks, tub, showers, fixtures, countertops, backsplashes and plumbing projects. Paintable and water-ready in as little as 30 minutes, the mold-free product protection helps keep the cured sealant mold and mildew free for up to 10 years. Guaranteed for as long as you own your home, it remains waterproof, and flexible as structure ages and settles
  • Combines silicone¬ís excellent adhesion and durability with the paintability of acrylic
  • 10-year mold-free product protection is resistant to unhealthy and stain-causing mold and mildew growth
  • 30-minute paint-ready, spray paint immediately
  • 30-minute water exposure
  • Ideal for a wide range of kitchen and bath sealing projects around sinks, tubs, showers, tile, countertops, fixtures, molding and cabinets
  • Adheres to most wood, ceramic tile, drywall, plaster, metal, laminate, porcelain, granite, vinyl and plastics
  • GE Paintable Silicone is 100% waterproof
  • Exceeds ASTM C920 Class 25 specifications
  • Permanently flexible to keep gaps sealed, shrink-proof and crack-proof
  • Excellent adhesion for wet and dry applications
Manufacturer Part Number M90025-30
UPC: 77027250305
Package Dimensions
Width: 2.00 (in)
Height: 11.75 (in)
Depth: 2.00 (in)
This product can expose you to chemicals including diisodecyl phthalate, methanol, toluene which are known to the State of California to cause reproductive harm.  For more information go to