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Bostik Introduces High-performance Siliconized Acrylic Latex Sealant

Published on 2017-11-10. Author : SpecialChem

Bostik has introduced Bostik Bosti-Flex™ Plus; a high-performance siliconized acrylic latex sealant. Offering exceptional adhesion to most building materials and common household surfaces, Bosti-Flex™ Plus complements various Bostik grout colors and may also be easily painted with latex or oil-based coatings.

Bostik Introduces High-performance Siliconized Acrylic Latex Sealant
Bostik Introduces High-performance Siliconized
Acrylic Latex Sealant
For both interior and exterior applications, Bosti-Flex™ Plus is mold/mildew resistant, provides excellent elasticity for flexible joints, emits zero VOC’s and is easy to apply and clean.

Key Features


  • Excellent adhesion for strong bonds
  • High elasticity for flexible joints
  • Mold and mildew resistant

Multi-purpose Siliconized Acrylic Sealant


According to Jake Krause, Bostik’s Product Line Specialist for Construction Sealants and Adhesives:

"Bosti-Flex™ Plus has been developed for multi-purpose sealant applications that include windows, door frames, sinks, tubs, shower surrounds, countertops and bonding applications for wood trim, ceramic tile and natural stone. The versatility of Bosti-Flex™ Plus — along with its ease of use — will make this a go-to product for multiple applications.”

Bosti-Flex™ Plus is offered in cases of twelve, 10.1-ounce cartridges and currently is available in six colors.

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Source: Bostik
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