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Sikaflex 296 Marine Window Adhesive
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Sikaflex 296 Marine Window Adhesive
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Sikaflex 296 Marine Window Adhesive Customer Questions and Answers

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can sikaflex 296 be used for residential home window interior caulking ?

Asked on 05/09/2012 by Undisclosed

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We used the caulking for the fixed windows on our boat (trawler) and it has worked beautifully. We used all of the recommended primers for the glass, the teak window frames as well as the fiberglass. After three years, no leaks. I would assume you could use this on any type of window. It is great stuff, with the caveat that it is tough to work with (super sticker and clean up is a chore) and quite expensive. I would say, that if you use it and follow the directions, the project should last a long time. Honch

Answered on 06/29/2012 by BARBARA HONCHARSKI
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Yes it can. I would also consider using sika activator to clean substrate. Need special caulking gun for unipac.

Answered on 05/09/2012 by MARSHALL PARIS
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?O'Day 26. The ports are frameless acrylic or plexiglass are seem to be leaking around edges. Do you recommend Sikaflex 295 UV or Sikaflex 296, or some other product?

Asked on 07/05/2018 by Bruce from Chelmsford, MA

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Sika 295 should be more than sufficient. It comes in black only. Also the 296 only comes in the larger 20 oz. sausage that may be difficult without the applicator gun.

Answered on 07/06/2018 by JD Tech Associate
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WHAT COLOR this sikaflex?

Asked on 01/04/2012 by Undisclosed

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Black

Answered on 01/04/2012 by ROBERT NELSON
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Hi, which Sikaflex is the best for sealing my sailing boat perspex windows to fiberglass body please?

Asked on 11/19/2011 by Chris Economides

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Hi Chris, According to my info perspex is an organic glass(plastic) and the recommended is sika 295uv, per page 16 and 17 (of the SikaFlex Marine Handbook - bonding and sealing systems, if you don't have one, you can google it). I'm using Sika 296 on my rebedding project with an activator as I have mineral glass (regular glass). If you need more info you can contact Sika directly, as I did. You will find them very helpful. I left a message and someone called me back within a day - 800.888.0698. Best wishes

Answered on 12/02/2011 by MARSHALL PARIS
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