290ml. Bonds and seals virtually any material. Manages all kinds of jobs impossible with traditional solvents or water-based sealants and adhesives. Apply in wet or dry conditions. No shrinkage or staining and no solvents. Resists mould growth, flexible and overpaintable.
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(3 Reviews) 3
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3 of 3(100%)reviewers would recommend this product.
Customer Reviews for The Works Sealant & Adhesive Brown 290ml
Review 1 for The Works Sealant & Adhesive Brown 290ml
"This stuff really sticks Much stronger bond than silicone but has resilience of silicone No flexible filler should be overpainted so earlier comment re paint not drying is irrelevant in my opinion Have used for bonding stainless steel trim and am going to use to point around chimney flashing Worth the money"
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Review 2 for The Works Sealant & Adhesive Brown 290ml
"First class a tad expensive but worth it. Roof was leaking badly applied to the areas needing repair no more leaks very easy to work with and good consistancy will be reordering thats for sure. Price not an issue as the job needed to be done properly."
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Review 3 for The Works Sealant & Adhesive Brown 290ml
"I used this on my workshop to seal the cement board planking and it was excellent. I then bought some more to seal someones outbuilding but it was going to be glossed over. Now you have to first paint over this sealant with a water based paint/primer. I did this but after I did the gloss topcoat I found that the topcoat still remained wet even after a week in summer weather. The paint had dried fine except where it had been painted over this filler. I had to wipe off the paint with white spirit and then recoat with waterbased paint for another two coats and allow to cure before I could gloss over the top and I still found some spots that didn't dry. I used it again on some cracks in rendering and it is great and covers fine with exterior water based paints. I wouldn't use it again if there was going to be an oil based top coat though."