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    How can I remove a cured sealant?

    Cured silicone can only be removed mechanically from a surface once cured with either a specialist tool or a sharp blade. Alternatively, soak a cloth with turpentine/paraffin and place over the res...

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    Is silicone safe for children?

    Cured silicone is non-toxic. The biggest danger would be choking on a piece of dried silicone rubber.

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    How do I clean STANLEY silicone from surfaces before it has set?

    Clean with a solvent like lacquer thinners, turpentine, paraffin or acetone. Do not use water or alcohol.

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    How do I remove mould growth on my STANLEY silicone?

    Stanley Silicone Sealants do not support mould growth. The mould grows on the surface that has a residue of soap/shampoo. Use an old toothbrush dipped in bleach to scrub the mouldy surface regularly.

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    What mileage can I expect from a 300ml cartridge?

    Use the following formulation: 300 Where: L = Length of sealant in metres obtained per cartridge. L = W = Width of the joint in mm W x D D = Depth of the joint in mm. A joint of 5mm width and 5mm ...

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    Will STANLEY silicones break down from UV light and ozone?

    Silicones in general demonstrate great UV and ozone stability.

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    Can Stanley silicone sealant/adhesives be used underwater?

    We do not recommend our silicone sealants/adhesives for continuous underwater use.

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    How do STANLEY silicone sealants react with paint and painted surfaces?

    Silicone sealants are essentially not paintable. Select hybrids or acrylics if paintability is desired such as, Stanley Acrylic Fill & Seal, Stanley Sticks, Fills Seals All or for a paintable Silic...

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    What is meant by specialty Silicone Sealants?

    Specialty Silicone Sealants refers to sealants developed for applications where particular characteristics are required. A food grade sealant where a sealant does not react with certain foods and r...

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    Can STANLEY silicone sealants be exposed to harsh cleaning agents?

    Silicone sealants will generally withstand typical household cleaning agents, but check suitability as exposure to strong acids or alkalines could disturb the appearance and the performance of the ...