Tilemaster Silicone 3000 Trade further information:
- For sealing joints between sanitary ware and a tiled finish
- Protects against mould growth
- Excellent adhesion properties
- Highly flexible
- Suitable for use in domestic and commercial environments
- Excellent adhesion properties to glass, porcelain and ceramic tiles
- Easy to apply and smooth
APPLICATION AREAS / ENVIRONMENTS:
- Domestic and Commercial Showers
- Domestic / Commercial Kitchens
- Laundry / Utility Rooms
- Areas subject to Prolonged Wet Conditions
Before starting, all surfaces must be clean, dry and free from dust, dirt, oil, grease and other contaminants that may affect adhesion.
For internal use the recommended minimum joint depth is 6mm.
- Cut off the tip of the Tilemaster Silicone 3000 Trade cartridge, ensuring the screw-thread is left intact.
- Screw on the nozzle and cut the nozzle tip to a 45o angle with the nozzle diameter equal to the joint width.
- Place the Tilemaster Silicone 3000 Trade cartridge in a caulking gun and apply a bead of silicone sealant to the required area.
- Within 10 – 15 minutes of applying the Tilemaster Silicone 3000 Trade, smooth the sealant with a wet jointing trowel, a finger dipped in soapy water or a silicone finishing tool.
- Allow the Tilemaster Silicone 3000 Trade to cure. Allow at least 3 days before contact with water.
PLEASE NOTE: When applying Tilemaster Silicone 3000 Trade to a bath, it is recommended to fill the bath half full with water whilst sealing. Leave the water in the bath for 24 hours to allow for full cure of the sealant.
NB: Tilemaster Silicone 3000 Trade is not suitable for use with natural stone tiles as it is possible that the silicone could stain sensitive natural stones. Tilemaster Silicone 3000 Trade is also not suitable for use in Aquariums, or in areas that are fully submerged in water e.g. swimming pools, or with bitumen / asphalt.
Although Tilemaster Silicone 3000 Trade contains anti-mould technology, the joints should be cleaned with appropriate household cleaners and/or disinfectants in sanitary areas to help prevent mould and mildew growth.