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Antimicrobial Protection with Kitchen Silicone Sealant


Kitchens are one of the most used rooms of the house. The preparation of food in kitchens can cause a number of potential health risks so it is important that the area is easy to clean and as sanitary as possible. Silicone sealants perform a very practical function in the kitchen. This product is used to seal areas around worktops and sinks to ensure food debris does not become trapped, which can encourage the growth of bacteria and mould. Kitchen sealants also contain antibacterial and antifungal substances which actively help to inhabitant the growth of microorganisms.

Using Kitchen Silicone Sealant

Whenever you are carrying out work in your home you need to cover floors and furnishings. Plastic sheeting can be laid down to protect carpets and hard floor surfaces. This is important if you are using products such as silicone sealant which can stick to a lot of surfaces and is difficult to remove.

The easiest way to apply kitchen silicone is to use a decorator's applicator gun. Although most tubes of kitchen sealant do come with their own disposable applicators these can be hard to press down on and apply at the same time. Applicator guns have an easy to use trigger system which allows you to apply a smooth, even line of sealant wherever you want. This is the best way to get the control and fluidly you need to create a quality finish to your sealant jobs. If you have never applied kitchen sealant before then it is best to buy an extra tube and practise applying the product in straight lines on a piece of scrap cardboard. This will allow you to get a feel for how the applicator gun works and what you can expect when you seal your worktops and sink areas. It can also help if you use masking tape on both sides of the gap you are filling. This will give you a clear line to follow and the tape will help catch any excess sealant so that you can simply peel it away. Silicone sealants can be very messy to remove when they are wet so it is important to get it right first time.

Kitchen Silicone Sealant

Silicone sealants are not water based so they harden through a chemical process known as curing. This means they do not need to 'dry' in order to set and can be very useful in a number of waterproofing jobs. As well as being used for kitchens, silicone sealants are also used for a wide variety of indoor and outdoor waterproofing jobs. It is important to make sure you select the sealant designed specifically for kitchens when you are sealing in worktops or sinks. This is because this type of sealant contains the antimicrobial ingredients you need to inhibit that growth of bacteria and mould which is a common problem with kitchens.

 


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