Features + Benefits
Features + Benefits
Advanced Hybrid Technology that Outperforms Silicone
100% Waterproof Seal
Fast Paint, Rain, and Water Ready Times
Proven Wet Surface Application
Uses + Applications
Advanced Modified Polymer Hybrid Sealants formulated to outperform silicone and provide maximum performance for every project.
Window, Door, Siding & Trim Applications
Provides a 100% waterproof and weatherproof seal around gaps, cracks and seams.
Kitchen, Bath & Plumbing Applications
Prevents mold and mildew growth for a lifetime guarantee.
Concrete & Mortar Applications
Self-leveling formula with no additional tools required. Coming soon!
Gutter & Flashing Applications
Great for wet and damp surface and extreme temperature applications. Coming soon!
AMP Advanced Modified Polymer All Weather Window, Door and Siding Sealant
AMP Advanced Modified Polymer All Weather Window, Door and Siding Sealant provides 100% waterproof and weatherproof seal, maximum flexibility and a fast 30 minute water, rain and paint ready time.VIEW PRODUCT
AMP Advanced Modified Polymer Waterproof Kitchen, Bath and Plumbing Sealant
AMP Advanced Modified Polymer Waterproof Kitchen, Bath and Plumbing Sealant provides a 100% waterproof seal, has a fast 30 minute paint and water ready time and is specifically formulated to prevent mold and mildew growth for a lifetime guarantee.VIEW PRODUCT
The secret to straight lines?
Prior to sealing, apply painter’s masking tape above and below the joint you are sealing. Once finished, make sure to remove the tape at a 45º angle before the sealant skins over – about 2-5 minutes.
Use a backer rod for gaps more than ½” deep.
If you have a gap larger than 1/2" deep, insert foam backer rod into the joint prior to applying the sealant. This will ensure adequate adhesion and prevent cracking.
How can you achieve the perfect bead?
After the sealant has been applied, smooth the bead of sealant with a caulk finishing tool. Do this before the sealant starts to skin over, in about 2-5 minutes.
Having difficulty knowing the angle of the nozzle?
Mark the tip of your nozzle with a sharpie so you know which direction the angle is cut.
How to Choose the Right Caulk or Sealant
Use this guide to help you find the right caulk or sealant for the most common home projects.Learn More
How to Remove Old Caulk
Follow these steps and it’s out with the old and in with the new.Learn More
How to Caulk Like the Pros
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