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Sikaflex EBT+ - Quality Sealant only £2.40 a tube, Click n Collect @ Travis Perkins... Pick up a tube today

£2.40 @ Travis Perkins
Saw this just at the right time as installing a bath, and never had anything fail using this stuff, priced £7.39 @ screwfix!! It's your 3 in 1 sealant..... Sikaflex®-EBT+ is a multi-purpose one pa… Read More
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2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago
Saw this just at the right time as installing a bath, and never had anything fail using this stuff, priced £7.39 @ screwfix!!
It's your 3 in 1 sealant.....

Sikaflex®-EBT+ is a multi-purpose one part, elastic, polyurethane adhesive and sealant. It bonds to all common building materials, is permanently elastic and has excellent grab and gap filling properties making it ideal for use in a wide range of building and maintenance situations.

Fast curing
Strong bond
Good weathering with high performance
Bonds to concrete, brick, mortar, wood, metals, glass, resins and plastics
Internal and external
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2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago
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#1
Great stuff
1 Like #2
fab price but it will cost a bit for some dimethylformamide and a full face respirator when you try to get the bath out without taking half the wall with you! Soudal fix all is a very workable sealer/bond which doesn't go off as fast as sikaflex and also sticks like shlt to a blanket. Its also solvent free and mould resistant
#3
good deal
#4
Stixall is also an equivalent 3 in 1 and a bit cheaper on amazon
#5
WOOTWOOT1
Stixall is also an equivalent 3 in 1 and a bit cheaper on amazon


Can't see stixall for lower than £3.70 on Amazon. Sika is a good brand. This is hot.
#6
There are LOTS of different types of Sikaflex available - be useful if the type was in the title.
#7
8 years ago I used some leftover grey sikaflex car body panel adhesive to seal round the kitchen worktops. Still looks the same as the day I put it on.

Grabbed a couple of these for collection as I am bound to need it when I seal round the windows later this year :)

This will beat any of the stuff unibond does.
#8
Can this be used as general sealant in a bathroom.
#9
jjsm639
Can this be used as general sealant in a bathroom.
yes
#10
If it's silicon based then it's ok, anything else eg acrylic, water soluble, etc then it's rubbish
#11
Anyone recommend somewhere to get a cheap finishing tool
#12
link does not show + as in picture? anyone help as bought 4 off
#13
Sik
#14
could I use this as a flexible filler for expansion cracks in walls
3 Likes #15
Leery24
Anyone recommend somewhere to get a cheap finishing tool


These are great :D

http://i928.photobucket.com/albums/ad126/mxer125/download_zpsekkiuiiu.jpg
2 Likes #16
mxer450
Leery24
Anyone recommend somewhere to get a cheap finishing tool
These are great :Dhttp://i928.photobucket.com/albums/ad126/mxer125/download_zpsekkiuiiu.jpg
Yep, finger sprayed with WD40 smooths out Sika without sticking! Keep a rag handy to wipe the finger clean every now and then.
#17
thank you
1 Like #18
Leery24
Anyone recommend somewhere to get a cheap finishing tool
Randomly I picked a finishing kit up from home bargains. It comes with a removal tool, various angle guides for £1.49 might be worth a look
#19
scoobytawazara
link does not show + as in picture? anyone help as bought 4 off

Doesn't say + anywhere on the TP site, so presume it isn't. Still a good saving, they have black too if anyone needs it.
#20
jasee
If it's silicon based then it's ok, anything else eg acrylic, water soluble, etc then it's rubbish

This is a single pack PU. The others you mention are rubbish but PU uses different chemistry altogether. The main benefit over silicone is it doesn't stink of acetic acid and cleans up well with acetone.
1 Like #21
newmann
mxer450
Leery24
Anyone recommend somewhere to get a cheap finishing tool
These are great :Dhttp://i928.photobucket.com/albums/ad126/mxer125/download_zpsekkiuiiu.jpg
Yep, finger sprayed with WD40 smooths out Sika without sticking! Keep a rag handy to wipe the finger clean every now and then.
Guess I am old school, a bit of spit on the finger and off you go :)
( I have switched spit for washing up liquid in water recently )
1 Like #22
scoobytawazara
could I use this as a flexible filler for expansion cracks in walls
Yes you can but it should really be used after the crack has settled, if it has a risk of expanding more the filler has a very limited expansion and is based more on heat expansion or vibration than buggered foundations.

I would look into a stitching kit 1st if you think the crack will grow.
#23
Eagerbeaver
jasee
If it's silicon based then it's ok, anything else eg acrylic, water soluble, etc then it's rubbish
This is a single pack PU. The others you mention are rubbish but PU uses different chemistry altogether. The main benefit over silicone is it doesn't stink of acetic acid and cleans up well with acetone.
Thanks for the info, I'm not worried about the acetic acid, and I always use masking tape :)
Silicon has been around for ages

Edited By: jasee on Mar 07, 2017 11:31
#24
jasee
Eagerbeaver
jasee
If it's silicon based then it's ok, anything else eg acrylic, water soluble, etc then it's rubbish
This is a single pack PU. The others you mention are rubbish but PU uses different chemistry altogether. The main benefit over silicone is it doesn't stink of acetic acid and cleans up well with acetone.
Thanks for the info, I'm not worried about the acetic acid, and I always use masking tape :)

I find masking tape leaves an edge kind of step. I'm not a fan of silicone as it is a **** to remove if it gets where it shouldn't but is still the best in my opinion for a good reliable seal. PUs have been around a long time, I think I first used in the mid 80s but I'm sure have been around a lot longer.

Another benefit of PU s you can paint it.
Silicon has been around for ages
#25
GoNz017
scoobytawazara
could I use this as a flexible filler for expansion cracks in walls
Yes you can but it should really be used after the crack has settled, if it has a risk of expanding more the filler has a very limited expansion and is based more on heat expansion or vibration than buggered foundations.
I would look into a stitching kit 1st if you think the crack will grow.


Thanks great advice stopped growing now as migrated around house.As our house is south facing caused differential expansion of inner blocks and hence plaster cracks, no subsidence thank god.Displaces itself around the house so no need for stitch as has stopped moving.Cheers


Edited By: scoobytawazara on Mar 07, 2017 12:33
#26
If Home Bargains handier they might have Unibond 1 for £2.49... http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/unibond-1-one-for-clear-white-seal-bond-2-49-home-bargins-2627516
#27
Great price. Used a few tubes of this converting my van to a camper last year. Never saw it for less than a fiver and often much more than that.
#28
DONT FORGET TCB
#29
in store as well however black best before expired 01/17 white nearly 04/17 it is the + version though

Edited By: scoobytawazara on Mar 08, 2017 14:36
1 Like #30
saintscouple
Saw this just at the right time as installing a bath...
Bought 4 then went back for another 6. The woman in the shop said the offer would probably run for another week or two (till the end of month) or till stocks last.

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