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Originally Posted by gc1111
Lifecaulk does not "attack" plastic, it just doesn't adhere well to it in all cases, and it can discolor some transparent plastics.
Please try to be more careful in what you say or type as some might actually believe what you say and ruin an expensive part. Please check your "facts" before you post them!
Overview of Life-Calk Caulk Sealant - White, 2.8 OZ.
From the WM Site
"Versitile adhesive sealant
One-part, thiokol-based polysulfide sealant cures to a positive waterproof seal. Resists oil, brine, gas, water and most chemicals. Bonds to wood, fiberglass, metal and glass. No priming required except on oily woods such as teak.
- Formulation: One-part polysulfide caulking/sealant
- Recommended Usage: Fiberglass, wood, metal, glass; above and below water
- Material Incompatibilities: Not recommended; glass to vinyl, ABS/Lexan, plastic hardware to fiberglass/wood
- Adhesion Rating: Tensile: 80 psi; ultimate elongation 200%
- Cure Time: Tack free: 24 hrs; complete cure: 10 to 20 days
- Cleanup: Life-Calk Solvent, Model 139592
- Removal: Mechanical remova"
-Maine Sail / CS-36T
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