The silicone difference.

How to select the right caulk for your project.

Sealing your home with caulk can stop air leaks, help prevent mold and water damage, reduce allergens and pollutants, and reduce energy costs. With so many choices of caulk, however, selecting the right one for your project can be confusing. You may even think all caulk is the same. But GE-branded 100% silicone caulk and paintable silicone caulk stand out from the pack because they are formulated to withstand the demands of your home's various sealing projects.

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Acrylic caulks and so-called "silicone-tough" acrylics can harden, crack, freeze at low temperatures, shrink and crumble over time, so they may need to be replaced in just a few years. GE-branded 100% silicone caulk and paintable silicone caulk create a long-lasting, flexible seal that's waterproof, weatherproof, shrink-proof and crack-proof.

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Non-Silicone

Looking for the ideal caulk for your next project? Watch this brief video tutorial, then select the sealing project you'd like to accomplish.


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The formula for sealing success.

How to select and apply the right caulk for your project.

Sealing your home with caulk can stop air leaks, help prevent mold and water damage, reduce allergens and pollutants, and reduce energy costs. With so many choices of caulk, however, selecting the right one for your project can be confusing. You may even think all caulk is the same. But GE-branded 100% silicone caulk and paintable silicone caulk are uniquely formulated to withstand the demands of sealing projects around your home.

Acrylic caulks and so-called "silicone-tough" acrylics can harden, crack, freeze at low temperatures, and crumble over time, so they may need to be replaced in just a few years. GE-branded 100% silicone caulk and paintable silicone caulk create a long-lasting, flexible seal that's waterproof, weatherproof, shrink-proof, and crack-proof.

Looking for the ideal caulk for your next project? Watch this brief video tutorial, then select the sealing project you'd like to accomplish.




What's the Project?

Want to learn how to caulk a bathroom, a kitchen or around windows and doors? Visit our Projects Page to find tips for common caulking projects and learn which GE-branded 100% silicone caulk or paintable caulk is right for the job.


Why GE 100% Silicone?

If it can keep oxygen molecules from seeping into the void of space, it can handle your project - no problem. GE pioneered silicone sealants decades ago to help NASA seal the boots on astronauts' space suits, enabling man to take his first steps on the moon. GE-branded silicone sealants are also tough, yet flexible enough to hold glass panels on some of the world's tallest skyscrapers. So when it comes to sealing your home, you can trust the long-lasting, durable performance of GE-branded 100% silicone to get the job done right.