The Everbuild Seal Rite Strip Out / Smooth Out Silicone Tools are for use with all types of silicone sealant, ideal for making a smooth and consistent silicone joint finish in all internal 90° angled joint areas.
The Everbuild Seal Rite Strip Out Tool provides a remarkably easy method of removing all types of sealant from any 90° angled joint. Works on all types of flexible sealant such as silicone, acrylic, oil based mastic and polyurethane in just about any application. The patented design works by gouging out the sealant from the bottom of the joint while simultaneously stripping it from both surfaces, leaving the area ready for final cleaning and re-sealing.
Directions for use: Start at one end and push the Everbuild Seal Rite Strip Out Tool into the body of the sealant until the gouging piece is at the bottom of the joint and both scrapers are flat with the surfaces. Working away from yourself, simply push the tool along the joint to remove the sealant.
The Everbuild Seal Rite Smooth Out Silicone Tool is a unique tool that is ideal for achieving a perfect sealant bead on any 90° angled joint. Works on all types of flexible sealant such as silicone, acrylic, oil based mastic and polyurethane. The patented design evens out the sealant ensuring it is properly pushed into the gap and prevents those unsightly edge marks/tram lines from spoiling the finished appearance. The tool can be used to achieve different bead sizes by utilising the 3 different sized smoothing heads that are included with the tool- Small (4-5mm joints), Medium (6-7mm joints) or Large (8-9mm joints).
Directions for use: Cut the cartridge nozzle at an angle of approx. 60° to create an opening that is slightly larger than the gap to be sealed. Use an Everbuild C3 or Superflow C3 Sealant Gun, apply the sealant sparingly, keeping an even pressure on the gun. Do not put too much on.
Hold the Everbuild Seal Rite Smooth Out Silicone Tool at a 45° angle, making contact with both sides of the flexible rubber part of the blade, and drag along the bead towards you. Only minimal pressure is required, moving the handle upwards will give a smaller bead, down (i.e flatter to the surface being sealed) will give a larger bead. Wipe excess sealant from the tool. Any residual sealant can be peeled off the rubber blade when dry.