Max* Flex 5000 Kitchen-Bath caulk by GE - premium quality caulk that is mold and mildew resistant
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GE Max*Flex 5000 Kitchen / Bath Caulk


GE Max Flex 5000 Caulk is a premium quality caulk that is mold and mildew resistant. Max Flex 5000 Caulk, unlike some acrylic caulks, is paint-friendly so it won’t cause paint to crack, fade or change sheen.

  • Mold & mildew resistant
  • Paint-friendly: won't cause paint to crack, fade or change sheen
  • Exceeds ASTM C-920, TTS-230 for better crack resistance
  • Easy soap & water clean-up
  • Premium acrylic urethane
TYPICAL USES: Around sinks, countertops, bathroom fixtures, molding and baseboards.

ADHERES TO: Most glass, ceramic tile, porcelain, wood, metal, drywall, masonry and some plastic.

Low VOC     Ethylene Glycol-Free     Phthalate Free

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Colors and Sizes Available  
Colors 10.1 Ounces 5.5 Ounces
Clear GE23911 GE23994
White GE23895 GE23978
Almond GE21840 GE21865

SPECIFICATIONS: Exceeds ASTM C-920, Type-S, NS, Class 25, use NT, G, A, M & O test and Federal Spec TT-S-00230C, Type II, Class A requirements. Exceeds ASTM C834 (-18°C) test requirements.

LOW VOC: Meets CARB VOC limits

BETTER CRACK RESISTANCE: Exceeds ASTM Test Method C920, TTS-230, with +/- 25% movement capability. A caulk with more movement capability provides better crack resistance because it is less likely to crack when exposed to expansion or contraction. Cracking can lead to gaps where water can pass.

PAINT-FRIENDLY: Caulk won't cause most paints to crack, fade or change sheen when painted over as the paint dries.

For additional information, including specific terms of the Limited Warranty, see product label.


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