GE Max Stretch - premium quality caulk with 2x the strength in applications with large joint
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GE Max*Stretch Caulk

GE Max Stretch Caulk is a premium quality general-purpose caulk that offers maximum stretch in applications with large joint movement (+/- 35%). Max Stretch Caulk typically has over 800% elongation (stretch), providing good adhesion in expansion applications. It is capable of spanning up to a 2" gap with the use of a backer rod.

  • Maximum stretch – 800% elongation
  • Spans up to a 2" gap
  • Paint-friendly: won't cause paint to crack, fade or change sheen
  • Exceeds ASTMC920 class 35; +/-35% joint movement
  • Exceeds ASTM C834 -18°C for better flexibility in most temperatures
  • Indoor/outdoor
  • Easy soap & water clean-up
  • Siliconized acrylic
TYPICAL USES: Around doors, windows, siding, trim, molding, baseboards and vents.

ADHERES TO: Most glass, ceramic tile, porcelain, wood, metal, masonry, stucco, siding and some plastics.

Low VOC     Ethylene Glycol-Free     Phthalate Free

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Colors and Sizes Available  
Colors 10.1 Ounces
Clear M90045
White M90044

SPECIFICATIONS: Exceeds ASTM C-920, Type-S, NS, Class 35, Use NT, G, A, M & O test and Federal Spec TT-S-00230C, Type II, Class A requirements. Exceeds ASTM C834 (-18°C) test requirements.

LOW VOC: Meets CARB VOC limits

PAINT-FRIENDLY: Caulk won't cause most paints to crack, fade or change sheen when painted over as the paint dries.

For additional information, including specific terms of the Limited Warranty, see product label.

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