The Reason for Flexible Caulk-Nozzles and Caulk-Nozzle Extensions

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There is a darn good reason for investing in some handy Flexible Caulk-Nozzles and Caulk-Nozzle Extension tips.

Caulk gun nozzles affect the size and shape of the caulk bead as it ejected from the gun. There are specialty nozzles designed specifically for certain applications like Flexible Caulk Nozzles which provide a functionality that allows the nozzle to bend in all directions and can be used to apply sealant for a professional finish in even those hard-to-reach places. Flexible Caulk Nozzle Extensions can be used to gain access to those hard to reach places.  They install quickly and easily and will bend to access behind or into recesses.  This is the property that makes them cost effective and labor saving because they can create odd bends, 180 degree bends, S-bends, and can expand and contract to lengthen or shorten tube from 6″ up to 12″ in length.  The easy access to hard to reach places also limits the time you have to spend working in positions damaging to your back muscles like:

  • Corners
  • Ceilings
  • Behind and Under Sinks
  • Toilets
  • Door Trims
  • Kitchen Sinks
  • Roofing
  • RV
  • Trailers
  • Boats
  • Signs
  • Windows
  • Corners
  • Ceilings
  • Behind and Under Sinks
  • Toilets
  • Door Trims
  • Kitchen Sinks
  • Roofing
  • RV
  • Trailers
  • Boats
  • Signs
  • Windows

When caulking into recesses Caulk Nozzle Extensions will work best by pushing down the extension nozzle to the bottom of the prepared holes and gradually withdrawing as the caulk is extruded. Applying slow steady pressure will ensure that the recess is fully filled.

Just another expert idea from Guy Calor, the Caulk King and CaulkWarmer
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