Flex Shot does it all. It will seal everything from the smallest crack to the largest hole. And one of its greatest features is that it doesn’t require a messy caulk gun. So you mind as well throw yours away! Because you’re never going to need it again. And while we’re at it, give your repairman a rest!
What makes Flex Shot so amazing?
With Flex Shot, you’re doing two things: 1 Saving money and 2 Getting results
No wonder Flex Shot is the handyman’s top choice. When Flex Shot dries, it creates a rubberized caulk – blocking out moisture, air, and water.
Caulks, bonds, and seals!
If you have any old shabby caulk jobs, make sure you get rid of it before adding Flex Shot. The beautiful thing with using Flex Shot is that when you hold it at a 45° angle, it’s guaranteed to shoot out a perfect bead every single time.
Flex Shot is your go-to liquid rubber. It’s a super tough stretch rubber that expands and contracts. So you never have to worry about it drying up and cracking.
Flex Shot works on wet surfaces, but it works best on dry ones, clean of dirt, grease, and grease. You can use it on almost anything: wood metals glass, porcelain, rubber, drywall, vinyl and so much more.
You can use Flex Shot in the most extreme temperatures. Flex Shot works best over –76°F and under 350°F.
Also, you can use Flex Shot on wet surfaces, but it works best on dry surfaces. (Don’t use in standing water.) With Flex Shot, you don’t have to keep redoing your work each and every year. Flex Shot will last up to 30 years and will not fade, dry, crack, yellow or deteriorate.
Flex Shot is great for caulking your bathroom, bonding materials together, and sealing any leaks. Whether it be leaky pipes, a broken porcelain container, or sealing a window, Flex Shot will save the day. Flex Shot helps to keep out the moisture, water, and air.
It comes with variety!
Flex Shot comes in four different colors: white, black, clear, and almond – ensuring a nice clean finish regardless of your decor.
*Flex Note: Flex Shot White and Flex Shot Almond are both mildew resistant.
The best thing about Flex Shot is that you can use it over and over again. When using standard caulk, any leftovers will harden and end up getting trashed (a complete waste). But with Flex Shot, just leave a small bead (approximately 1/8”) sticking out of the top of the nozzle. When you’re ready to reuse the can, pull out the bead of dried product and use Flex Shot again.
We don’t win unless you do. At the end of the day, you are the reason we invest hours of brainstorming and experimenting. If we’re not giving you easy, reliable ways to finish your DIY projects, we’re failing at our job. But you’ve proven that not to be the case. So we want to say “thank-you” for all of the testimonials that keep coming in. Our Flex Shot fans are always finding new, creative ways to put Flex Shot to the test.
Have you tried Flex Shot?
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By Nick Wade