SELLEYS Wet Area (White)

SELLEYS Wet Area is a neutral (non acid) curing, one part silicone
sealant with mould and fungal resistance.  Providing water protection in all wet areas such as bathrooms, kitchens and laundry.  Ideal sealant for gaps around showers, baths, spas, sinks and plumbing fixtures. Excellent adhesion is achieved on ceramics, glazed tiles, metal, plastic, rubber, glass, concrete and grouts. 


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  • Superior adhesion*
  • Forms a durable seal
  • Does not shrink when drying
  • Resistant to growth of unsightly mould and fungus
  • Low odour during application
  • Non corrosive
  • Remains flexible -will not shrink, crack, crumble or dry out
  • Resists moisture, hot cooking oils and steam 


*Superior adhesion compared to conventional acid cure silicones which are poor on concrete and cement grouts. The increased adhesion reduces the possibility of fungal growth behind the silicone bead. 


Available Size 

  • 75g Tube 



  • White


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What materials is this product suit for?

  • Ceramic
  • Glazed 
  • Porcelain fixtures
  • Metal 
  • Copper & Brass fittings 
  • Powder coated aluminium
  • Aluminium 
  • Rubber
  • Plastic laminates
  • Stainless steel 
  • Glass 
  • Concrete & grouts


How to use this product?

  • Thoroughly clean and dry surface from oil, dirt and grease with mineral turpentine
  • Pierce seal in tube by inverting cap and pushing into top of tube
  • Cut nozzle at 45 degree angle and fit to tube
  • Hold tube at 45 degree angle and push sealant ahead of nozzle
  • For a smooth finish, tool with spatula.  Excess sealant must be cleaned up before the sealant skins in 5-10 minutes.  Wipe excess away with a cloth dampened mineral yurpentine
  • Sealant will cure fully in 48 hours.  At this point any unneeded sealant can be removed by trimming with a sharp blade, but avoid under-cutting seal
  • After use remove nozzle and replace cap


Storage and re-use

  • Store in a cool dry place


Clean up

  • Clean all excess sealant from equipment before it cures with a cloth dampened with mineral turpentine or acetone
  • Once cured sealant is extremely difficult to remove and must be abraded or trimmed with a knife


Safety Tips

  • For a cleaner appearance mask both sides of joint prior to sealing. Remove tape before silicone skins
  • For a better finish complete painting prior to use of sealant as it can not be painted over
  • For a smoother finish use a spatula dipped in detergent solution