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Waterproof

Caulk that keeps water out is a necessity in areas that will be exposed to water, such as windows, doors, kitchens and baths, so a permanently waterproof caulk is needed. If the caulk is not permanently waterproof, the area could be left vulnerable to water damage and mold growth.

Window & Door




GE Window & Door Supreme Silicone: 30-minute rain-ready caulk with extra flex to endure extreme joint movement, harsh weather and temperature fluctuations for windows, doors, attics and basements.




GE Silicone II* Window & Door: Three-hour rain-ready and sun-/freeze-proof caulk for windows, doors, attics and basements




GE Silicone I* Window & Door: 100 percent silicone, permanently weatherproof caulk




Kitchen & Bath




GE Kitchen & Bath Supreme Silicone: 30-minute shower-ready, 10-year mold-free product protection caulk for kitchens, baths and plumbing applications.




GE Silicone II* Kitchen & Bath: Three-hour shower-ready, five-year mold-free product protection caulk for kitchens, baths and plumbing applications




GE Silicone I* Kitchen & Bath: 100 percent silicone, permanently waterproof caulk




Specialty



GE Silicone II* Aluminum & Metal: Three-hour rain-ready and sun-/freeze-proof caulk for aluminum and metal projects




GE Silicone II* Gutter & Flashing: Three-hour rain-ready and sun-/freeze-proof caulk for gutters and flashing




GE Silicone II* Concrete & Masonry: Three-hour rain-ready and sun-/freeze-proof caulk for concrete and masonry projects





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Don't Waste Time and Energy

Not all caulk is the same. Because silicone is permanently waterproof, flexible, and shrink-/crack-proof, unlike acrylic, it won't leave gaps or cracks for air and water to seep through over time. Those leaks can lead to water damage, mold growth, and higher energy bills—all of which can translate into your lost time (when you have to do the job again), lost energy, and lost money.

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