Conceal’s 7 colors blend in with the most popular stains used on log and wood homes, and its light texture simulates the natural roughness of wood.
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Conceal Textured Caulk for Wood delivers performance that’s hard to see. Conceal’s 7 colors blend in with the most popular stains used on log and wood homes. Conceal Textured Caulk for Wood’s light texture simulates the natural roughness of wood. The combination of color and texture makes it hard to see where the caulking ends and the wood begins. Instead, they just blend together. Although the caulking is hard to see, Conceal delivers performance.
Best results are obtained when Conceal is applied to wood that has been previously coated with a compatible and thoroughly cured stain.
Conceal is not a chinking and should be used only in joints under 2” wide. If the joints are wider, we recommend Log Jam.
It is always best to install backer rod before caulking. Sashco strongly recommends the use of backer rod, especially if the home is new and/or the wood is subject to significant movement.
Logs tend to take on water from rain and snow through cracks and checks; therefore, it is important to pay close attention to these openings and prep and seal them properly. Note: Most small checks should not be caulked. Only the larger ones (1/4” or larger) should be sealed with backer rod and caulk.
When using 5-gallon pails, the Cox Bulk Loading Gun should be used. Use a caulking gun when using either the 29 oz. or 10.5 oz. cartridges of Conceal Textured Caulk for Wood. When using a cartridge, cut the spout at a 45˚ angle to desired bead size. Conceal requires no heating prior to application but will dispense easier when kept warm before use.
Conceal should be tooled directly after application to ensure good adhesion and a smooth looking bead. To ease the tooling process, mist Conceal with water. Conceal may be tooled with a damp foam paint brush. Work the material smooth, tooling Conceal tightly to the surfaces. Keep a rag handy for clean up.
Conceal is Stainable with latex coatings after a minimum of 24 hours curing (longer on wider joints) and after 5 days curing with most oil-based coatings.
Clean excess product off surfaces (before it cures) with a putty knife and/or a damp rag. Dispose of Conceal in accordance with local regulations. Do not dispose waste in drinking water supplies. Soap and Water may be used for cleaning hands, surfaces and equipment. Solvents are not required for clean-up
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