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Marine Silicone Sealant

Use wherever a flexible, removable seal is required

A specially-formulated marine silicone that won't sag, shrink or turn yellow. Unaffected by sunlight, weathering and most chemicals and solvents. Can be used above and below the waterline wherever a flexible, removable seal is required. Excellent for bedding deck fittings and hardware that you may want to remove at some time. Also good for insulating between dissimilar metals to prevent galvanic corrosion. Bonds to fiberglass, wood, plastic, glass and metal. Remains flexible from -70°F to 480°F.

  • Formulation: One-part silicone sealant
  • Recommended Usage: Can be removed easily. Bonds to non-oily woods, metal, fiberglass, glass, plastics
  • Material Incompatibilities: None.
  • Compatible with acrylics. Not as strong as polyurethane
  • Cure Time: Tack free: 1 hr; complete cure: 24 hrs.
  • Cleanup: Soap and water
  • Removal: Mechanical removal
Customer Reviews
Product Models
Description WM Model # MFG Part # Availability Price Quantity  
Marine Silicone Sealant, Clear, 2.8oz. Tube 542704 542704
In stock online.

$13.99

Marine Silicone Sealant, White, 2.8oz. Tube 542712 542712
In stock online.

$13.99

Marine Silicone Sealant, Clear, 10oz. Tube 542738 542738
In stock online.

$17.99

Marine Silicone Sealant, White, 10oz. Tube 542746 542746
In stock online.

$17.99

Product Description

Use wherever a flexible, removable seal is required

A specially-formulated marine silicone that won't sag, shrink or turn yellow. Unaffected by sunlight, weathering and most chemicals and solvents. Can be used above and below the waterline wherever a flexible, removable seal is required. Excellent for bedding deck fittings and hardware that you may want to remove at some time. Also good for insulating between dissimilar metals to prevent galvanic corrosion. Bonds to fiberglass, wood, plastic, glass and metal. Remains flexible from -70°F to 480°F.

  • Formulation: One-part silicone sealant
  • Recommended Usage: Can be removed easily. Bonds to non-oily woods, metal, fiberglass, glass, plastics
  • Material Incompatibilities: None.
  • Compatible with acrylics. Not as strong as polyurethane
  • Cure Time: Tack free: 1 hr; complete cure: 24 hrs.
  • Cleanup: Soap and water
  • Removal: Mechanical removal

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3.0

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5.0

Very Good Product, Would use again!

By Johnny B

from Branson MO

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy to Use

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Marine Silicone Sealant:

      I used this product to seal the holes in the transum where I screwed the brackets for the swim platform. I wouldn't hesitate to use this product anywhere on the boat for openings that need to be sealed and waterproofed. I think 10oz was a little too much, so get a smaller tube a little goes a long way and if your sealing a big hole you better find something else.

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      The tube is a failure; buy the 3M brand

      By Trawler Joe

      from DC

      About Me Advanced

      Verified Reviewer

      Pros

        Cons

        • Difficult to Use
        • Messy
        • Not Durable

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          Comments about Marine Silicone Sealant:

          The small squeeze-type tube is terrible. The cap includes a sharp point for breaking the seal on the tube, but once broken, the seal becomes a flap that keeps obstructing the flow of the sealant. Unscrew the applicator cap, clear, repeat, repeat, repeat. What a mess. The 3M tube doesn't do this.

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