How to Seal a Bath

How to Seal a Bath is a problem that nearly everybody will encounter.  Why does the bath leak?  What can be done to Seal a Bath?  The problem and the solution lies with the sealant.  When the Bath is installed a silicone sealant is used to Seal the Bath but this is doomed to fail.  The reason being is because the silicone sealant is packed with solvents that evaporate when the silicone is curing causing shrinkage, thus resulting in a leaking Bath.  In addition when the silicone is exposed to U.V over time will harden losing its flexibility also creating a leak.

So why is silicone still used to Seal a Bath, well the obvious answer has to be that it’s cheap to buy, but surely this falls into the old adage of “penny wise pound foolish”.  The 100% solution to Seal a Bath permanently is CT1 The Snag List Eliminator. CT1 is a revolutionary hybrid polymer formulation which is the perfect replacement for silicone to Seal a Bath.

CT1 contains no solvents so will never shrink, it can be applied on wet surfaces so the Bath can be used immediately. C T1 is also a bactericidal that’s impossible for bacteria or mildew to form on.  CT1 will Seal the Bath permanently and remain flexible allowing movement of joints.  CT1 is not only perfect for Sealing Baths but also for shower trays and it’s a super strong adhesive for bonding a multitude of materials such as wood, glass, plastic, stone, metals, mirrors etc.  Before applying CT1 to Seal the Bath it’s important to clean the surface beforehand or remove the old silicone.  The absolute product for this is Multisolve.

Anyone who has had to remove old silicone sealant will know it’s a nightmare, Multisolve will remove it with ease safely.

Question:         How to Seal a Bath

Answer:           CT1 The Snag List Eliminator
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