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Elmer's Squeez'N Caulk

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No More Caulk Guns; As Easy to Use as Elmer's Glue.


 This is such a simple solution to a frustrating job that I wonder why no one thought of it sooner.  Elmer's - famous for its ubiquitous bottles of school glue in classrooms far and wide - has created a way to make caulking effortless.  **Elmer's Squeez'N Caulk** applies the siliconized acrylic latex to your project with a simple squeeze.  Yep, that's right -- no more caulk guns. Not that using a caulk gun is the most complicated matter in the world, but I would be less than truthful if I didn't admit that I was always pretty clumsy with a caulking gun.  I would load the caulk as directed and attempt to squeeze a straight, even line, but it never flowed smoothly, and I certainly never got professional results. In contrast, Elmer's Squeeze'N Caulk comes in a 7.625 ounce bottle that looks very similar to a bottle of glue.  When you open the orange tip, you have two marked areas where you can cut the nozzle.  Cut the top mark if you want a smaller bead of caulk, or cut the bottom if you want a larger bead.  (If you want one of each, you'll have to buy another bottle of caulk).  With a little squeeze - no muscle needed - this caulk spreads evenly and neatly.  Use a damp finger to smooth the bead, and you're done.   I used it around the sinks in a couple of my bathrooms, and it looks a thousand times better than my usual clumpy results.  **Elmer's Squeeze'N Caulk** is paintable, mildew resistant, and is suitable for indoor and outdoor use.  It's available in white and clear, and can be used on a variety of surfaces (tile, porcelain, aluminum, plaster, ceramic, cement, glass, brick, etc.). I've already used it a couple of times, and it hasn't dried out on me.  The orange cap fits snugly and keeps the contents protected until I'm ready to caulk again. 

Chicagoland, IL


Elmer's Squeez'N Caulk

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