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Stop feeding mold

Keep your caulk clean with CleanSeal active-enzymes which eliminate mold’s ability to grow on or in sealant

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MSRP $9.69

No mold.
No mildew.
No scrubbing needed!

Kitchen & Bath Caulk

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New bio-enzyme technology is the latest way to fight mold

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Satisfaction guaranteed, or we’ll pay a contractor to fix it!*

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Easy to smooth out and clean up

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No offensive smells

Top-notch technology

Infused with anti-mold enzymes that prevent mold growth before it starts. CleanSeal patented technology is safe for your home, and the enzymes are environmentally-friendly.

Resilient, super-adhesive grip

Rely on a watertight seal with CleanSeal,  and know that your caulk won’t pull away from any surface you apply it to, including wet surfaces like bathtubs and showers. CleanSeal won’t budge even as you scrub and clean the sealant.

Ultra-elastic flexibility

CleanSeal is super-elastic meaning that it moves as your home appliances and fixtures do. You can rely on permanent, long-lasting results, knowing that CleanSeal won’t crack or peel.

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Mold, controlled.

Technical Info and Safety Data Sheets

Why does mold grow so quickly? Because you’re feeding it! Mold feeds on body oils, shower products, cooking oils, and bacon grease that collect in the corners of your shower and kitchen. That’s why we created CleanSeal, the first-ever active enzyme caulk that breaks down these oils – eliminating mold food. By taking away the food, we literally strip mold of its power to grow. Plus, unlike mildewcides and repellents that wear out over time, our enzymes are permanently active for long-lasting results!

Stop feeding your mold by using CleanSeal all around your house:

  • Countertops 
  • Bathtubs
  • Backsplashes
  • Showers
  • Kitchen fixtures
  • Sinks
  • Bathroom fixtures
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Metals:

Aluminum, Nickel, Steel

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Plastics:

ABS, Acrylic Sheet, Fiberglass (uncoated), Plexiglass, PVC, Vinyl

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Other Surfaces:

Cement, Ceramic Tile, Corian®*, Drywall, Formica®*, Glass, Granite, Marble, Slate, Porcelain, Wood

*Formica® and Corian® are registered trademarks of their respective owners.

*Formica® and Corian® are registered trademarks of their respective owners.

Where not to use

Caution, do not caulk:

Kynar®*, Polypropylene, Waxes, Polyethylene, Silicone

Also, for best results, avoid using CleanSeal on areas of water submersion with frequent or prolonged puddling. 

*Kynar® is a registered trademark of its respective owner.

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