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Uses + Applications
DynaFlex D230 has superior flexibility and is crack proof. It is ideal for composite wood and PVC trimboard.
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DYNAFLEX 230® Premium Elastomeric Sealant
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Prep the surface
Proper surface preparation is key. Remove any old caulk from the seam or joint by cutting or scraping it away. Clean the area with soap and water to remove dirt, dust, grease or debris, and rinse thoroughly. Make sure the area to be sealed is clean and dry to ensure good adhesion.
Secret to straight lines
Apply painter’s masking tape to either side of the joint before applying the sealant. Remove the tape before the sealant skins over – about 2-5 minutes. To remove, lift the edge up at a 45° angle and pull away from you.
Get a professional looking finish
To get a professional-looking finish after the sealant has been applied, smooth the bead of sealant with a caulk finishing tool dipped in water. Do this before the sealant starts to skin over, about 2-5 minutes.