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GE Silicone II* Window & Door
3 HR Rain-Ready: Exposure to water possible in as little as 3 hours with maximum bead size of 3/16”, temperature minimum 65F, minimum humidity 50%. Otherwise, caulk should not be exposed to water for 8 hours. Do not touch for 24 hours.


GE Silicone II* W/D Supreme
2x Stretch: Meets ASTM Test Method C920 Class 50 with +/-50% movement capability.  Other top-selling silicone caulks for consumer applications provide up to +/- 25% joint movement (C920 Class 25).

1 HR Rain-Ready: Exposure to water possible in as little as 1 hour with maximum bead size of 3/16”, temperature minimum 65F, minimum humidity 50%. Otherwise, caulk should not be exposed to water for 8 hours. Do not touch for 24 hours.

Groov Exterior/Interior
Performs and lasts like Silicone: Cured caulk performs and lasts like silicone over the service temperature of -30F to 150F. Cured caulk will not shrink, crack or break down. Application above 40F is recommended for best results.

1 HR Rain-Ready: Exposure to water possible in as little as 1 hour with maximum bead size of 3/16”, temperature minimum 65F, minimum humidity 50%. Otherwise, caulk should not be exposed to water for 8 hours. Do not touch for 24 hours, unless applying paint (see below).

30 MIN Paint-Ready: Caulk can be spray-painted immediately, or brush and roller painted in as little as 30 minutes with maximum bead size of 3/16”, temperature minimum 65F, minimum humidity 50%. Otherwise, caulk should not be painted for 3 hours. Apply paint with reduced applicator pressure to avoid disturbing the caulk.

Applies in hot, cold or wet weather: Unlike acrylic latex caulks, Groov caulk will not freeze allowing application in below freezing temperatures. Substrate must be clean and free of frost or ice. Ideal cure temperature is above 40F.