Bond It No Crack Caulk Sealant with Non-Cracking Formulation


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Non-Cracking Formulation Sealant 

A high quality, water ­resistant, water­based sealant with non-­cracking formulation and good adhesion to most building materials.

  • Prevents Craze Cracking When Painted
  • Highly Flexible - 12.5% movement accomodation
  • Paintable within 1 Hour
  • Excellent Adhesion
  • Good Weathering
  • Internal and External Applications
  • CE Approved: Conforms to EN15651-­1 F INT-EXT.


Easy to clean, it can be over­painted, stained or varnished for colour matching purposes within 1 hour. Highly flexible, with a joint movement capability up to 12.5% (nearly double that of standard caulks). It is formulated to prevent craze cracking and discolouration of paint when painted with most water based and synthetic paints. Contains a fungicide which helps retard mould growth.

Ideal for sealing connection joints between stairs, walls, ceilings, skirtings, window sills, wooden and metal window frames, concrete and brickwork and for filling cracks, screw/nail holes in walls and ceilings of most materials. Adheres to most surfaces without the use of a primer and is non­-corrosive to metals. For interior and exterior use (only use in good, dry weather conditions and it must stay dry for at least 5 hours after application). Perfect for sealing around window frames, architraves, cornices, PVC profile trim & cladding, plasterboard joints and for sealing cracks and gaps in plaster, brickwork, concrete, skirting boards and walls.


  • White


  • 310ml

Shelf Life & Storage Requirements

  • 24 months 
  • Store in cool, dry conditions between 5-15 degrees C


A Cracking silicone sealant ideal for sealing connection joints between stairs, walls, ceilings, window sills and more. Not only this, but it's also very high quality, water-resistant and water based alongside the good adhesion to most building material, it can't get much better! It's also flexible, good weathering, prevents craze... you get the point.