Black silicone sealant is a general-purpose, indoor, outdoor sealant. Waterproof and flexible with a temperature range of -75 degrees Fahrenheit to 450 degrees(-59°C to 232°C), also known as high temp silicone sealant, this sealant is oil, water, weather, vibration, and grease resistant.
High temperature resistant
Resistance to impact
General-purpose RTV (Room Temperature Vulcanized) Silicone.
RTV silicone begins to cure immediately upon being exposed to air,
as opposed to the curing agents in water-based sealants (for example, latex).
GREAT FOR USE ON
●Bonding & Sealing ●Automotive
●Weather Stripping ●Metal
●Interior Trim ●Glass
●Door Frames ●Porcelain
●Lens Housing ●Tile
Clean surface area of dirt, grease, oil, paint or loose debris. For best results use a detergent or degreaser to first clean the surface, then roughen surface with file or coarse sandpaper to provide the best repair.
|Handing the gap ||Cleaning the gap ||Taping the adjacent surface|
|Cutting and connecting the nozzle||Gluing with sealant gun||Closing and handling the surface|
Silicone sealant is a liquid form of waterproof adhesive. Unlike other adhesives, silicone keeps its elasticity and stability in both high and low temperatures. Further more, silicone sealant is resistant to other chemicals, moisture, and weathering. Silicone sealer is often used for bathrooms, automobiles, appliances, and sealing cables and sensors in electronic devices.
The material has been tested to withstand extreme temperatures way above 200°C and down to as low as -60°C without deforming. High-temperature silicone sealants can withstand temperatures as high as 600 degrees Fahrenheit and are resistant to aging, vibrations, and shock.
Saturate the area with WD-40 or a similar degreaser (making sure whatever you use won't harm your clothing). Then, use the flat-edged tool and scrape off the residue. Apply more WD-40 as needed, and continue this process until all the residue has been removed from your clothes.
1. Keep it in a cooler place.
2. Use the attached nozzle cap (if available) to cap the nozzle after use. ...
3. Do not remove the nozzle after use!
4. Every 2 weeks, remove the nozzle and replace with a new nozzle.