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The Tough Elastic Sealant For Every Job.
Sticks To Most Anything.
Lexel is the Tough Elastic Sealant for Every Job. Super-elastic. Superior adhesion. Paintable. It seals around anything: tubs and shower stalls, sinks and countertops, window frames and door frames, PVC, and metal drain pipes. Apply to wet or dry surfaces, indoors and outdoors. It’s tough and can handle up to 400% joint movement. It’s scrubbable. It sticks to just about anything. Lexel clear caulk is 19 times clearer than silicone and won’t yellow or cloud up over time. Lexel won’t let you down.
10.5oz – $11.99 USD
5oz – $8.49 USD
Polystyrene insulation or foam, Aquaseal®, Kynar®, Teflon®, polypropylene, polyethylene, silicone, waxes. Plastics not listed should be tested for compatibility before widespread use.
Clear 10.5 oz – 13010
Clear 5 oz – 13013
White 10.5 oz – 13030
White 5 oz – 13033
White VOC 10.5 oz – 13080
White VOC 5 oz – 13043
Features & Benefits
Highly Elastic More Info
Lexel is relaxed when stretched. The high elasticity and the “give” that it has provides incredible durability.
Sticks to Difficult Surfaces Even When Wet More Info
If you only have room for one sealant in your toolbox, this is a good one to have since it will work on most anything.
19 Times Clearer than Silicone More Info
It’s easy to recognize the clarity of Lexel in the cartridge. It also stays clear. It won’t yellow or get cloudy over time.
Instantly Waterproof More Info
Lexel will displace the water to seal a leak. Even when applied underwater, it will remain intact and have a waterproof film when it dries.
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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It’s a synthetic copolymer rubber.
You don’t. That’s kinda the point. But if you are unfortunate enough to have to get it off, try a solvent-based caulk remover, a putty knife, and good-old fashioned elbow grease.
No. We hate silicone.
It can be applied to active leaks as it will displace the water. We have not done rigorous 30 day submersion testing, but we do hear of folks using it successfully for swimming pools, boats, kayaks, etc.
We don’t recommend it. Try a test patch to see if you are happy with the adhesion.
Use clear glass cleaner, water with a little soap, or mineral spirits on the bead/on your finger. If you’re applying large amounts, you may want to check out our Cobra Nozzle which lays down a neat bead with no tooling required afterward.