GE Silicone II Supreme kitchen and bath caulk is 100% silicone caulk that’s perfect for caulking around showers or tubs. GE Silicone II Supreme caulk:

  • Dries to touch in about 30 minutes
  • Shower or tub ready in one hour
  • Resists shrinking and cracking
  • Mildew and mold free for up to 10 years

GE Silicone II Supreme caulk is available at The Home Depot.

Watch this video to find out more.

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VIDEO TRANSCRIPT
Jodi Marks: You know, whether you’re doing a kitchen project or a bathroom project, chances are you’re going to have to use caulk in one of those applications of your project. Now, you can see I’ve got a ton of different caulking options to choose from. You can either get an acrylic caulk or you can get a silicone caulk. And I want to talk to you about a really good silicone one.

Now this is by GE, it’s the Silicone II Supreme. This is perfect for your kitchen, for your bath or also other plumbing applications. Now, the problem with using silicone caulk is that you do have to wait for it to dry. And that could take up to 24 hours before you can use that particular fixture—until now!

Take a look at this. It’s got “1-hour shower ready” right on the label. So that means after one hour you can let it come in contact with water and you’ll be fine. Now, of course, using silicone, you’re going to get that 100% waterproof. It’s not going to shrink, and it’s not going to crack. And also it’s going to stay mildew and mold-free for up to 10 years.

So, if you’re in the market for doing a project in the kitchen or the bath you certainly need to keep this in mind.

4 COMMENTS

  1. Does this GE Silicone II KB Supreme adhere to silicone? What I’ve been told only Sil-poxy can be used to adhere silicone to silicone. Will this stuff work??

  2. I just caulked a tub with GE Silicone II Supreme. It had old caulk, which was removed- razor blades. I used Soft Scrub with Bleach afterwards, then denatured alcohol after cleaning and drying between steps.
    The caulk set quickly, and despite getting a smooth bead initially, within seconds ripples appeared everywhere. Not obvious bubbles. It looks lousy.
    Too wet or full of air behind? I shall remove some and recaulk, just hesitant to repeat any mistake.

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