How long does bath sealant take to dry?
Answered by Dv Plumbing and Gas
22nd November 2019
Dv Plumbing and Gas answered the question "How long does bath sealant take to dry?"
Bathroom sealant ideally needs 4 to 5 hours to dry, sometimes it depends on the manufacturers recommendations as there are different types of sealants and it is always better to read the instructions before applying. We always advise our customers to let it stand for 24 hours to be sure.
Answered by PLUMBSOLVE Glasgow Ltd
3rd October 2019
PLUMBSOLVE Glasgow Ltd answered the question "How long does bath sealant take to dry?"
We always advise customers to wait at least 24 hours but if they can wait 48 hours it would be best. If we lay the seals in the morning we might advise to wait till at least the next evening, if the seals a made towards the end of the day we usually advise the customer to wait until not the following morning but he next. Wetting or disturbing the seals before they have set can mean having to reseal the bath/shower and cost yourself twice
Answered by PG Plumbing
23rd August 2019
PG Plumbing answered the question "How long does bath sealant take to dry?"
As a rule of thumb we tell clients to wait 24 hours before using bathroom . This can vary dependant on make and conditions . If it’s hot or cold . Most manufacturers give a recommended time on the sealant . If not they all have numbers for contact so things can be checked .We have had many customers call us back as they have not waited the given time and it then needs to be re sealed
Answered by Flintshire Property Services Ltd
15th July 2019
Flintshire Property Services Ltd answered the question "How long does bath sealant take to dry?"
On average it takes 24 hours to cure but every manufacturer is different. The best advice is to follow the instructions on the tube. The make we use say 24 hours but if we are using them in areas highly exposed to water ie a shower cubicle then we recommend waiting at least 48 hours. It would be fine after 24 but we just want to be extra cautious.
Answered by Handy Ben
26th June 2019
Handy Ben answered the question "How long does bath sealant take to dry?"
Well it all depends on which brand you use for the sealant. I would make sure you read the instructions on the tube as some will differ. But generally the sealant should be dry within 24 of application. Don't risk it and use the bath before then or it could fail and cause a leak, which is the last thing you want.
Answered by Lee Key Plumbers
22nd June 2019
Lee Key Plumbers answered the question "How long does bath sealant take to dry?"
One of the biggest problems we see with sealants around baths is the repeated reapplication of additional sea lent on top of old sealant. In order to get the best from the sealant the surface of the walls need to be dry, dust and grease free. All to often we see excessive amounts of sealants that have been applied to damp or wet walls. The sealant cannot adhere to the surface of the wall so you just end up with a new clean unsealed covering of sealant. So in answer to the question on a dry dust and grease free surface I would advise 24 hours for the sealant to cure. To soon and it will be like custard with a skin on the top. Appears dry and set but wet underneath
Answered by Prenton plumbing service Ltd
18th June 2019
Prenton plumbing service Ltd answered the question "How long does bath sealant take to dry?"
Sealant curing times can vary form manufacturer . Always read the instructions . Sealants can appear to be dry after only a few hours however usually it is recommended that you allow 24 hours for the sealant to fully cure . So choose a good quality sealant .read the instructions follow them .