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Soudal White Flexible Decorators caulk 290ml

Soudal White Flexible Decorators caulk 290ml

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Product information

This 290ml tube of white decorators caulk from Soudal has been specially designed for sealing and filling low movement joints of the window and door frames, skirting boards, plasterboard, staircases, architrave and coving around your home. This decorators caulk has a quick drying time.

  • Flexible
  • Guarantee - Statutory
  • May produce an allergic reaction

Features and benefits

  • Drying time will depend on temperature and thickness of bead. Approximately 24 hrs per 2mm bead
  • Acrylic polymer sealant & filler
  • Volume: 235 (H) x 49 (W) x 49 (D) mm

Health and safety

Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.


CE markedCE marked
Container typeCartridge
Curing time0.33h
Instructions for useApply the sealant using a caulking gun. Smoothen the sealant with a filling-knife
Minimum touch dry time0.33h
Model name/number121638
Pack quantity1
Product weight474g
Ready for useReady to use
Resistant to abrasionNot resistant to abrasion
Resistant to fireNot fire resistant
Resistant to moistureNot moisture resistant
Resistant to mouldNot resistant to mould
Setting time1440min
Product code5411183100794


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Notahappychappy - 4 month ago

I am a painter and decorator so I have used plenty of caulk to fill gaps between skirting / frames and walls prior to painting. It says it is paintable but it's not. I used this and left it for 24 hours then put the first coat of emulsion on the wall (again leaving to dry overnight). When I've checked before I put on the second coat, it looks like something from the caulk has bled through the emulsion staining it a darker colour.