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WEST MARINE Polyether Multi-Caulk Sealant

Excellent for sealing teak deck seams

Versatile, waterproof sealant creates a permanently flexible bond between and with fiberglass, wood, glass and metal. Because it is impervious to teak oils and fuels, it is wonderful for teak deck seams, bedding fittings and preventing moisture penetration. May be sanded and painted after curing. Use above and below the waterli

  • Formulation: Fast cure polyether boat caulk
  • Recommended Usage: <\n>Wood, metal, fiberglass, some plastics
  • Material Incompatibilities: ABS, Lexan plastics
  • Cure Time: Tack free: 1 to 2 hrs; complete cure: 2 days
  • Removal: Mechanical removal
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Product Models
Description WM Model # MFG Part # Availability Price Quantity  
Polyether Multi-Caulk Sealant - White, 3 OZ 119532 083801WMC
In stock online.

$17.99

Polyether Multi-Caulk Sealant - Black, 3 OZ 119557 083803WMC
In stock online.

$17.99

Polyether Multi-Caulk Sealant - Black, 10 OZ 119581 119581
In stock online.

$24.99

Product Description

Excellent for sealing teak deck seams

Versatile, waterproof sealant creates a permanently flexible bond between and with fiberglass, wood, glass and metal. Because it is impervious to teak oils and fuels, it is wonderful for teak deck seams, bedding fittings and preventing moisture penetration. May be sanded and painted after curing. Use above and below the waterli

  • Formulation: Fast cure polyether boat caulk
  • Recommended Usage: <\n>Wood, metal, fiberglass, some plastics
  • Material Incompatibilities: ABS, Lexan plastics
  • Cure Time: Tack free: 1 to 2 hrs; complete cure: 2 days
  • Removal: Mechanical removal

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3.8

(based on 4 reviews)

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4.0

Easy to apply and work with

By SK

from Stratford, Ct

About Me Casual/ Recreational

Pros

  • Visually Pleasing

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Indoor

    I used the caulk to reseal the interior windows of my boat. After removing and cleaning the old caulk I taped around the area, applied the caulk with a caulk gun and smoothed it with my finger and got a nice even seal. Very easy to work with and cleanup was easy.

     
    5.0

    Used for antique car restoration

    By Vila

    from Mechanicsburg, PA

    About Me Advanced

    Pros

    • Easy to Use
    • Protects Well
    • Visually Pleasing
    • Weather Proof

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments about Polyether Multi Caulk Sealant:

        I know about West Marine from owning a sailboat, but I am no longer into boating.

        While restoring an antique car, I needed what is referred to a seam sealer. I could not find an automotive produce I liked, so I found this West Marine produce and used it with excellent results. After stripping the entire car body down to bare metal and removing the old seam sealer, it was used to seal where body panels joint together on the interior of the car.

        (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

         
        1.0

        Not For Teak Deck Seams

        By "Bob - full time cruiser"

        from "crusing the east coast and the Bahamas"

        About Me Advanced

        Verified Reviewer

        Pros

        • Easy to Use

        Cons

        • Not Durable

        Best Uses

          Comments about Polyether Multi Caulk Sealant:

          In 2008 this product was used to seal the seams in our teak deck, one of the advertised uses for this product. .The product was used and applied per the instructions on the canister. In 2012 we discovered that the sealant/caulk has started to deteriorate and break down. The material appears to be in a dry rotten stage and is crumbling into small pieces. This may have been caused by UV exposure. I do not recommend this product for teak deck seams. Unfortunately this did not happen last year, 2011, when we did another section up on the top deck with the same product. Our boat is a 1983 Kadey Krogen with all teak decking.

          (0 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          used for multiple purposes, great produc

          By Plane 2 Sea

          from Traverse City, MI

          About Me Professional

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                Comments about Polyether Multi Caulk Sealant:

                used to rebed railing stantions, bed transducers.

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