Backsplashes, Cabinets, Walls, Tile, Molding, Baseboards
Tintable Caulk. Just add paint.
The sealant that integrates into your design.
eXact Color tintable caulk is a high-performance caulk that allows you to customize the color to match your specific needs. It’s ideal for use in a variety of applications, including sealing around siding, filling in gaps in baseboards and trim, caulking cabinets, and more.
10.5oz – $15.99 USD
Areas of water submersion, areas with high foot or vehicle traffic, roofs, Kynar, Polypropylene, waxes, polyethylene, silicone.
12005 – eXact Color 6 pack (contractor) 9.5 oz
12010 – eXact Color 6 pack (DIY) 9.5 oz
Features & Benefits
A seamless match, every time. More Info
By adding the paint you are using, you guarantee a match. No more color cards and swatches.
Match stains or even metallics More Info
Create one-of-a-kind looks like stain caulking or metallic caulking.
Just add water-based paint More Info
Oil and water don’t mix, so avoid oil-based paints. Any water-based paint will mix in easily.
No special tools required More Info
No extra trips back to the store to get another match done. If you need more, mix it up at the job.
What is high performance?
We talk a lot about high performance around here, but what the heck makes a sealant or caulk high performance?
A sealant or caulk should be flexible, elastic, and adhesive. Many sealants are flexible, adhesive, or elastic. It is the combination of all three together that leads to high performance, meaning durability and longevity you can trust.
Resources & How-Tos
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Common Questions From Our Network of Pros
Give us a call. We think you are missing something. The whole idea here is that you don’t have to paint anymore. (But sure).
No. This is a rough one. Go get some caulk remover and good luck.
Any water-based paint or stain is fine. Be sure to go lighter on the stain. Only 10 ml required.
Try hitting the bottom of the cartridge on a flat surface. This can help get air out of the system, leaving room for paint and thickener.
Try waiting a bit longer for the thickener to act. You can wait 24 hours if you like. (Also, make sure you added the thickener).
Yes. It sure does. It’s hard to predict exactly how performance will be impacted, but it should be very similar to the paint. If you are using a solid paint that won’t yellow, then your caulk shouldn’t either.