No cracking sealant

LIVING in the Philippines, which goes through months of monsoon every year, means long days of rain. The smartest way to protect your house is to apply sealants to repair cracks and leaks. 

But most consumers have different standards of quality when it comes to sealants. Since they discover leaks only when they’ve started already, they think the quick drying variant is the most effective. It is not. 

The sealant that easily dries up and hardens like cement has a tendency to crack because it becomes brittle.  Sure Seal’s “iwas crack” comes in handy.  

It is an all purpose “elastomeric sealant”, which has “iwas crack” technology. This slow-curing sealant is transformed into a tough, rubber-like gasket which offers reasonable motion, contraction and expansion,  without cracking, or losing adhesion.  

Topics: Sure Seal
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