Forum Title: Polyblend Caulk
I tried some Polyblend Unsanded Caulk for the first time. I liked the color match, the way it tooled, etc. I caulked the inside corners of a ceramic tiled bathroom countertop. The gap was between a sixteenth and an eighth of an inch. After four days, the caulk is still very, very soft. Like somewhere between bubble gum and a marshmallow in softness. I peeled out a piece, and it is dried evenly throughout. You can imprint it with a fingernail very easily and the dent does NOT recover. The surfaces were completely dry of course, and I am in Southern California where there is no rain and little humidity so moisture is not a factor here. The question is this: Just how firm does this caulk ever get? Will it get a lot firmer in a week than it did in four days? Or is it just that this caulk just stays extremely soft? Thanks a lot.
Category: Tile Post By: ANDRE MCDANIEL (Santa Fe, NM), 02/11/2019

What you see is what you got.

- ServiceMaster Clean (Franklin, TN), 04/26/2019

Thank you. That was a concise and thorough explanation. Could not have hoped for a better answer.

- MIGUEL FULLER (Meridian, ID), 04/08/2019

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