• Caulk Cap Ccy 2, 2 Pack, Yellow
  • Caulk Cap Ccy 2, 2 Pack, Yellow
  • Caulk Cap Ccy 2, 2 Pack, Yellow
Caulk Cap Ccy 2, 2 Pack, Yellow
Caulk Cap Ccy 2, 2 Pack, Yellow
Caulk Cap Ccy 2, 2 Pack, Yellow

Caulk Cap Ccy 2, 2 Pack, Yellow

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  • Seals caulking tubes to use again and again
  • The puncture point starts your project fast
  • Non-stick materials allow for easy cleaning
  • Saves your expensive caulking, saves you money

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The best way to store caulk tubes Love these caulk sealers. These are the only real good way to keep your caulk tubes good after you've opened them. I bought 2 of these at Home Depot and was hoping I could find them cheaper online, but at their price its still a good buy since it saves a lot of hassle working with dried out caulk tubes. I've used these in several different types of caulk - silicone, liquid nails, clear sealant, etc. Works great even after 12+ months of sitting in the garage. Highly recommend. 5Worth Every Penny Are these overpriced? Yes. Are they worth it? Definitely.These things just plain work, every time. Between the outer seal and the inside pin, every single tube I've used these in has been saved. And I don't just mean I was able to get the tubes working again. You seal them up, put them in storage for months, get them back out, and it's like they've never even been opened before. Caulk immediately starts flowing, and flowing smoothly.I'm not sure if this is on purpose, but I have to believe it is: they're perfectly balanced so that when you take them out and set them down, the yellow part is heavier than the pin (even with caulk on it), so whatever caulk you're using doesn't get all over the surface you set it down on. It's a small thing, but as everybody who's made an accidental mess before knows, it's a huge thing.I don't understand the people who are saying they get caulk inside of these and aren't able to use them again. I've never gotten caulk inside a single one. If you release the pressure from your caulk gun a little before you put these in, you normally don't even get any caulk coming out of the tube because it was displaced by the pin. These things are super clean.No more discolored, semi-hardened caulk from rusting, poor-sealing nails for me. I really wish these things were cheaper, because I know they only cost a few pennies to make. But I guess that's one of the joys of inventing something ingenious - you can charge whatever the market will bear. And it will obviously bear this price. Even this expensive, these things pay for themselves after the first tube or two you use them on. 5Pretty good seal A good way to seal up a tube of caulk. Typically the yellow sealing flange won't stay put on the caulk tube tip so I put an extra caulk sealer over the top of these and the caulk stays like new. As the little rubber sealers you roll back over the tip of a caulk tube often perish at the very tip, having these over the tip of the tube with a rubber seal over where these should seal against the tip works well. Why take such care over a tube of caulk? Caulk is cheap but my time isn't and I often find other things that need to be caulked a few days, weeks, or months after I open a tube. I don't want to run to the store every time I need some caulk so it is great to be able to use a tube again and again and just walk down the basement for a tube when I need it. 4Save them for me, I ll buy em Plz don t buy them because I m going to need them. Use these in my profession.. if you see a bad review it s not because of these tips, it s because most caulking (silicone) will dry when air activates it, this cap will save it for a while depending on what you use it in. But if you really wanna save it, use this tip and put it in the freezer.. 5NO MORE WASTE! Wow! So pleased I found these on Amazon. I had some older caulk with similar caps which work okay so I knew they existed. I looked for caps at several places with no luck. Even HD did not have something like this. The two employees I spoke with didn't even know what I was asking about. I am in an older home and have been busy sealing up all sorts of things. So far; caulk for rain gutters, concrete cracks, wood areas, and stucco. Prior to purchasing these I did the nail trick plus tape with some stucco crack repair. We had rain so I paused in that project. I actually broke the caulk gun while trying to dispense that product a week later. While the caulk was still good it had dried in the opening which prevented getting a nice neat line. What I especially like about this style is the part (nail) that goes down into the tip of caulk tube. I have been using these for awhile now. I store caulk upright in a cupboard and when I am ready to work on another area the caulk product is still like new. Just remove the cap, wipe of the nail. caulk, and replace the cap. 4No more clogged caulking tube. There is 2 parts - the yellow rubber cover, & the plastic stem. Sometimes, the yellow cover pulls off the stem, so you then just pull the stem out. No problem. The big difference with this device is the yellow rubber cover that makes the tube of caulk AIRTIGHT! The past devices I used for my caulking tubes didn't have this. So even though there was an opening into the caulk, it always got plugged up.Since I've been using this cap, caulking has been a breeze. 5I give these 6 stars!!! These work GREAT!! Way better than nails, screws, toothpicks AND every other commercially made cap I have tried over my 40 years of using caulking products. I can't find them in any of the local stores, any more.They worked on almost every product that I have tried them on (regular caulk, liquid nails, silicone [not Sika self-leveling polyethylene joint sealant]). I use them on squeeze tubes and the 10oz tubes The have kept the products fresh and usable for a year or more, for me! 5Best caulk tube sealer I've found I get into a lot of small caulking jobs and I always have partial tubes left over. Over the years, I've tried every sealing cap I could find in the big box stores, even tried shoving nails down the nozzle and taping them in place - none worked very well for long.These do, the long rod extends down into the tube ensuring that even if the sealer dries up somewhat in the nozzle, you can still use the tube and the flexible rubber type cap seals around the nozzle very well. 5Must Have/Neccesity for any Home DIYer What can I say??? A neccessity for my caulk tubes as I hardly ever use the whole thing in one job as most of them are simple caulking cracks due to the house settling, and never use the whole tube. This thing saves money and time from using a long nail, or a screw, which still allow air to cure the sealant and cause frustrustaion and headaches of having to dig out the cured caulk and cut the tip shorter and shorter until you are at the tube base. 5Works for latex but not silicone. LATEX: This product works fine for a tube of 'Alex Plus' regular latex caulk after two days, came out easily with no tools and caulk was still free flowing.SILICONE: I tried plugging in one of these caps into 100% silicone caulk and after 1 week - and it may have sealed even too well. I struggled to get the cap off without breaking it, eventually the yellow rubberized cover slipped from the plastic bore so I had to break out the pliers to remove it from the tube. Time consuming and I'm not sure I can reuse this cap.Summary: This product is functional works well for latex caulk, but for silicone ends up being a pain to deal with. For the money you should just get another tube. 2
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The best way to store caulk tubes Love these caulk sealers. These are the only real good way to keep your caulk tubes good after you've opened them. I bought 2 of these at Home Depot and was hoping I could find them cheaper online, but at their price its still a good buy since it saves a lot of hassle working with dried out caulk tubes. I've used these in several different types of caulk - silicone, liquid nails, clear sealant, etc. Works great even after 12+ months of sitting in the garage. Highly recommend. 5Worth Every Penny Are these overpriced? Yes. Are they worth it? Definitely.These things just plain work, every time. Between the outer seal and the inside pin, every single tube I've used these in has been saved. And I don't just mean I was able to get the tubes working again. You seal them up, put them in storage for months, get them back out, and it's like they've never even been opened before. Caulk immediately starts flowing, and flowing smoothly.I'm not sure if this is on purpose, but I have to believe it is: they're perfectly balanced so that when you take them out and set them down, the yellow part is heavier than the pin (even with caulk on it), so whatever caulk you're using doesn't get all over the surface you set it down on. It's a small thing, but as everybody who's made an accidental mess before knows, it's a huge thing.I don't understand the people who are saying they get caulk inside of these and aren't able to use them again. I've never gotten caulk inside a single one. If you release the pressure from your caulk gun a little before you put these in, you normally don't even get any caulk coming out of the tube because it was displaced by the pin. These things are super clean.No more discolored, semi-hardened caulk from rusting, poor-sealing nails for me. I really wish these things were cheaper, because I know they only cost a few pennies to make. But I guess that's one of the joys of inventing something ingenious - you can charge whatever the market will bear. And it will obviously bear this price. Even this expensive, these things pay for themselves after the first tube or two you use them on. 5Pretty good seal A good way to seal up a tube of caulk. Typically the yellow sealing flange won't stay put on the caulk tube tip so I put an extra caulk sealer over the top of these and the caulk stays like new. As the little rubber sealers you roll back over the tip of a caulk tube often perish at the very tip, having these over the tip of the tube with a rubber seal over where these should seal against the tip works well. Why take such care over a tube of caulk? Caulk is cheap but my time isn't and I often find other things that need to be caulked a few days, weeks, or months after I open a tube. I don't want to run to the store every time I need some caulk so it is great to be able to use a tube again and again and just walk down the basement for a tube when I need it. 4Save them for me, I ll buy em Plz don t buy them because I m going to need them. Use these in my profession.. if you see a bad review it s not because of these tips, it s because most caulking (silicone) will dry when air activates it, this cap will save it for a while depending on what you use it in. But if you really wanna save it, use this tip and put it in the freezer.. 5NO MORE WASTE! Wow! So pleased I found these on Amazon. I had some older caulk with similar caps which work okay so I knew they existed. I looked for caps at several places with no luck. Even HD did not have something like this. The two employees I spoke with didn't even know what I was asking about. I am in an older home and have been busy sealing up all sorts of things. So far; caulk for rain gutters, concrete cracks, wood areas, and stucco. Prior to purchasing these I did the nail trick plus tape with some stucco crack repair. We had rain so I paused in that project. I actually broke the caulk gun while trying to dispense that product a week later. While the caulk was still good it had dried in the opening which prevented getting a nice neat line. What I especially like about this style is the part (nail) that goes down into the tip of caulk tube. I have been using these for awhile now. I store caulk upright in a cupboard and when I am ready to work on another area the caulk product is still like new. Just remove the cap, wipe of the nail. caulk, and replace the cap. 4No more clogged caulking tube. There is 2 parts - the yellow rubber cover, & the plastic stem. Sometimes, the yellow cover pulls off the stem, so you then just pull the stem out. No problem. The big difference with this device is the yellow rubber cover that makes the tube of caulk AIRTIGHT! The past devices I used for my caulking tubes didn't have this. So even though there was an opening into the caulk, it always got plugged up.Since I've been using this cap, caulking has been a breeze. 5I give these 6 stars!!! These work GREAT!! Way better than nails, screws, toothpicks AND every other commercially made cap I have tried over my 40 years of using caulking products. I can't find them in any of the local stores, any more.They worked on almost every product that I have tried them on (regular caulk, liquid nails, silicone [not Sika self-leveling polyethylene joint sealant]). I use them on squeeze tubes and the 10oz tubes The have kept the products fresh and usable for a year or more, for me! 5Best caulk tube sealer I've found I get into a lot of small caulking jobs and I always have partial tubes left over. Over the years, I've tried every sealing cap I could find in the big box stores, even tried shoving nails down the nozzle and taping them in place - none worked very well for long.These do, the long rod extends down into the tube ensuring that even if the sealer dries up somewhat in the nozzle, you can still use the tube and the flexible rubber type cap seals around the nozzle very well. 5Must Have/Neccesity for any Home DIYer What can I say??? A neccessity for my caulk tubes as I hardly ever use the whole thing in one job as most of them are simple caulking cracks due to the house settling, and never use the whole tube. This thing saves money and time from using a long nail, or a screw, which still allow air to cure the sealant and cause frustrustaion and headaches of having to dig out the cured caulk and cut the tip shorter and shorter until you are at the tube base. 5Works for latex but not silicone. LATEX: This product works fine for a tube of 'Alex Plus' regular latex caulk after two days, came out easily with no tools and caulk was still free flowing.SILICONE: I tried plugging in one of these caps into 100% silicone caulk and after 1 week - and it may have sealed even too well. I struggled to get the cap off without breaking it, eventually the yellow rubberized cover slipped from the plastic bore so I had to break out the pliers to remove it from the tube. Time consuming and I'm not sure I can reuse this cap.Summary: This product is functional works well for latex caulk, but for silicone ends up being a pain to deal with. For the money you should just get another tube. 2
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