PVC Bath Sealant Tape For Bathtub, Kitchen, Shower, Floor & Wall Sealing
- Material: PVC
- Water & oil resistant
- Makes professional-looking seals
- Suitable for bathtubs, toilets, sinks, stoves, etc.
- No shrinkage or mildew problems
- High-adhesion; long-lasting
- Length: 3.2 m
- Different colors & widths available
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Are you always mourning over a misaligned tile joint in your bathroom?
Or is there a window gap in your study room that sends you cold drafts whenever you sit on the study table?
This PVC Bath Sealant Tape is the solution for you. It creates water-proof and self-sealing seals without the need for a caulk gun. And it looks quite professional.
What you’ll get:
Water-proof & oil-resistant seals: The tape is made of PVC which is resistant to both water and oil. This means you can use it in bathrooms, sinks, and kitchens. No worries if you spill some oil on it while making breakfast eggs for your kids. Swipe it away using the kitchen cloth.
Self-adhesive tape that needs no moisture: The application procedure is simple. Remove the bathtub sealant tape’s cover and attach it to the desired surface. Cut it when you have to make a right-angled turn or the scope of application is over. It adheres to tiles, toilet surfaces, walls, metal sinks and floors flawlessly.
No shrinkage like caulks: Unlike caulk joints that experience shrinkage and mildew problems, this tape will remain in the applied condition for a long time. Get professionally-looking joints with it.
High adhesion & self-sealing strip tape: Unlike caulk joints for which you need a paste and a caulk gun, this bath sealant tape is self-adhering and sealing. It makes permanent seals along with your windows, bathtubs, toilets and stoves.
How to apply bath sealant tape:
Clean the surface and ensure that it is dry. Get rid of any prior silicone caulking on the surface, dirt, soap or mildew. Wipe it with rubbing alcohol for final cleaning.
After the surface has dried, measure the length of the tape that needs to be applied and cut the tape to that length.
Bend the sealing strip tape on the scoreline to form a 90-degree angle.
Peel the cover off the first few inches of the tape and start the installation slowly. Press the tape starting from one corner and go all the way through. Continue removing the cover and applying pressure on the tape as you travel along.
The overlapping tape on the corners can either be kept that way or removed using a blade/cutter.
Run your fingers firmly over the applied tape or use a finishing tool.