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Dow Corning: Stain-Reducing Clean Sealant Technology

December 3, 2003
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Dow Corning has introduced a clean silicone building sealant that reduces the problems of substrate staining and residue run-down. The 756 SMS Building Sealant is formulated to reduce fluid migration, a common cause of staining of sensitive substrates like porous stone or masonry. Patent-pending surface-modified sealant technology gives the cured sealant a low-friction surface that minimizes dirt pick-up, solving the problem of contaminants accumulating on the sealant and washing from the joint onto the substrate below, a particular challenge for glass and painted metal substrates.

For more information, call 800-248-2481.

http://www.dowcorning.com/construction

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