Sealant Guns

Sealant Guns

Sealant guns are designed for the easy and precise application of sealants and adhesives. Ideal for construction, automotive repair, and home improvement projects, our sealant guns ensure a smooth, controlled discharge of materials. Featuring sturdy construction and ergonomic designs, these guns accommodate various cartridge sizes, making them versatile for any sealing task. Enhance your toolkit with our reliable sealant guns for efficient and clean applications.
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Tajima Convoy Extra Long Barrel Caulk Gun
Tajima Convoy Extra Long Barrel Caulk Gun
£19.95 Tooled-Up
Tajima Convoy Caulk Gun
Tajima Convoy Caulk Gun
£16.95 Tooled-Up
Tajima Convoy SP12  Heavy Duty Sealant Gun
Tajima Convoy SP12 Heavy Duty Sealant Gun
from £22.95
Tajima Convoy Super 26 High Ratio Sealant Gun
Tajima Convoy Super 26 High Ratio Sealant Gun
£35.95 Tooled-Up
Tajima Convoy RS Dual Power Sealant Gun
Tajima Convoy RS Dual Power Sealant Gun
£36.95 Tooled-Up
Wolfcraft - Mechanical Caulking Gun MG 200 ERGO 4352000
Wolfcraft - Mechanical Caulking Gun MG 200 ERGO 4352000
£19.98 ManoMano UK
Wolfcraft - Caulking Gun MG310 Compact 4357000
Wolfcraft - Caulking Gun MG310 Compact 4357000
£31.99 ManoMano UK
Wolfcraft - Caulking Gun MG550 4358000
Wolfcraft - Caulking Gun MG550 4358000
£42.99 ManoMano UK
Jackon Board Fix Mounting Adhesive and Sealant (4506342)
Jackon Board Fix Mounting Adhesive and Sealant (4506342)
from £11.24
Revolving Sealant Gun  Heavy Duty
Revolving Sealant Gun Heavy Duty
from £13.50
Prodec Extra Strong Heavy Duty 400ml Caulking Gun - Red
Prodec Extra Strong Heavy Duty 400ml Caulking Gun - Red
£7.55 Bradfords.co.uk
Caulker 200mm
Caulker 200mm
£7.49 Bradfords.co.uk
Granville - Metal Cartridge Gun - 0243
Granville - Metal Cartridge Gun - 0243
£13.59 Mano Mano UK
Cox Midiflow Combi Sealant Gun
Cox Midiflow Combi Sealant Gun
from £28.95
Cox Easy Flo Caulking, Mastic and Sealant Gun
Cox Easy Flo Caulking, Mastic and Sealant Gun
from £3.00
Cox Chilton Heavy Duty Professional Caulking Mastic Sealant Gun
Cox Chilton Heavy Duty Professional Caulking Mastic Sealant Gun
from £12.00
Faithfull Mastic Sealant Gun
Faithfull Mastic Sealant Gun
from £5.49
Faithfull Heavy Duty Mastic Sealant Gun
Faithfull Heavy Duty Mastic Sealant Gun
from £8.94
Faithfull Stainless Steel Foam Gun
Faithfull Stainless Steel Foam Gun
from £21.95
Faithfull Heavy Duty Foam Gun
Faithfull Heavy Duty Foam Gun
from £27.95
Sealey AK39 Caulking Gun Skeleton Type Manual 330mm
Sealey AK39 Caulking Gun Skeleton Type Manual 330mm
£7.46 Tool Bee
AK443 Side Lever Grease Gun 3-Way Fill - Sealey
AK443 Side Lever Grease Gun 3-Way Fill - Sealey
from £18.44
Sealey Caulking Gun For Sausage Cartridges - Silver
Sealey Caulking Gun For Sausage Cartridges - Silver
from £17.95
AK51C Grease Cartridge for AK51 - Sealey
AK51C Grease Cartridge for AK51 - Sealey
from £8.94
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How to use a sealant gun?

Using a sealant gun is a great way to seal edges, gaps, and cracks quickly and effectively. First, make sure you have the right sealant gun for the job. There are a variety of sealant guns available, so make sure to pick the one that best suits your project. Once you have the right gun, you'll need to fill it with sealant. Most sealants come in cartridges that fit into the gun. Simply insert the cartridge, and you're ready to go. When you're ready to use the gun, press the trigger to release the sealant. Move the gun slowly and steadily in an even line. Once the sealant is applied, you'll want to smooth it out with a spatula. Then you're done! With a few simple steps, you can use a sealant gun to seal any edges, gaps, or cracks. It's a great way to ensure a secure seal and a job well done.

How to load a sealant gun?

Loading a sealant gun might seem intimidating, but it's actually pretty straightforward. First, you'll want to make sure you have the right supplies. You'll need a sealant gun, a tube of sealant, and a caulk gun stand. Once you have all the supplies, the next step is to prepare the sealant gun. The first thing to do is remove the plunger from the gun. This can be done by unscrewing the handle from one side. Then, insert the tube of sealant into the gun and secure it with the caulk gun stand. Finally, reattach the plunger and you're ready to go! You can now use your sealant gun to apply a sealant to any surface you need. Just make sure to follow the instructions and safety precautions on the sealant tube. With the right tools and a bit of practice, you'll be a pro at loading your sealant gun in no time!


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Sealant Guns You Can Rely to

Applying sealant to gaps and cracks in your home or office can be made much easier with the right tools. One such tool is the sealant gun, which is essential for those who want to apply sealant to surfaces like windows and doors quickly and precisely. Sealant guns (also known as caulking guns) are designed to hold and dispense sealant efficiently, making the process much faster and more effortless than doing it by hand. In this blog post, we will delve into the world of sealant guns, discussing their various types, characteristics, and advantages. Whether you are a seasoned DIY enthusiast or a professional contractor, keep reading to learn why a sealant gun should be a staple in your toolkit.

What is a Sealant Gun Used For?

A caulking gun, also known as a sealant gun, is a handheld tool that is used to apply sealant or caulk onto different surfaces. These guns come with a trigger mechanism that, when squeezed, releases a controlled amount of sealant through a nozzle or applicator tip. They are commonly used for home improvement projects to seal gaps, joints, and cracks around doors, windows, and other areas where water or air might enter. Additionally, they can be used to fill gaps around baseboards or apply sealant to plumbing fixtures. Sealant guns are available in various sizes, shapes, and designs to suit different application needs and types of sealant. They can be manual, battery-powered, or corded electric. Regardless of the type chosen, using a sealant gun can help achieve a professional-looking seal and is a valuable tool for both DIY enthusiasts and professional contractors.



Are Powered Caulk Guns Worth It?

Electric caulking guns, also referred to as powered caulking guns, prove to be an excellent instrument for individuals who require quick and efficient application of a substantial amount of caulk or sealant. In contrast to manual caulking guns that can serve the purpose for minor tasks or occasional use, powered caulking guns make significant tasks quicker and more manageable.

Here are some of the benefits of using a powered caulking gun:

  • Speed: Powered caulking guns can dispense caulk or sealant at a much faster rate than manual guns. This can be especially helpful if you have a lot of caulking to do, or if you need to complete a job quickly.

  • Consistency: Electric caulking guns can provide a more consistent flow of caulk or sealant than manual guns, which can lead to a neater and more professional finish.

  • Ease of use: Powered caulking guns are designed to be comfortable and easy to use, with ergonomic handles and triggers that can reduce fatigue and strain on the hand and wrist.

  • Versatility: Many powered caulking guns are compatible with a wide range of caulk and sealant types, so you can use them for a variety of jobs.

While powered caulking guns can be more expensive than manual guns, they can save you time and effort in the long run. Ultimately, whether a powered caulking gun is worth the investment depends on your needs and the scale of your projects. If you frequently work with sealants or caulk, or if you have a large job to complete, a powered caulking gun may be a valuable tool for you.

What Are the 3 Types of Sealant Guns?

There are many different types of sealant available, each with its own unique properties and recommended uses. Here are three common types of sealant:

  1. Silicone sealant: Silicone sealant is a flexible and durable sealant that is ideal for use in areas with high levels of movement, such as expansion joints, window frames, and bathrooms. Silicone sealant is resistant to water, mildew, and some chemicals, and can maintain its flexibility over a wide range of temperatures.

  2. Polyurethane sealant: Polyurethane sealant is a strong and versatile sealant that can be used in a variety of applications, including concrete, masonry, and metal. Polyurethane sealant is resistant to water, chemicals, and abrasion, making it a good choice for high-traffic areas or areas with exposure to the elements.

  3. Acrylic sealant: Acrylic sealant is a versatile and easy-to-use sealant that is commonly used in home improvement projects. Acrylic sealant can be used on a wide range of surfaces, including wood, drywall, and brick, and can be painted over once it has cured. Acrylic sealant is also relatively affordable compared to other types of sealant.

Other common types of sealant include butyl rubber, epoxy, and solvent-based sealants. The type of sealant you choose will depend on the specific application, the surface you are sealing, and the desired properties of the sealant, such as flexibility, durability, and resistance to weather and chemicals.

What Can I Use Instead of a Sealant Gun?

While a sealant gun is a handy tool for applying sealant or caulk with precision and control, there are some alternatives that you can use if you don't have a sealant gun available. Here are some options:

  1. Finger: In a pinch, you can use your finger to apply sealant or caulk to a small area. Simply apply the sealant to the surface and use your finger to spread it evenly into the gap or crack. Be sure to wear gloves to protect your hands from the sealant.

  2. Putty knife: A putty knife can be used to apply sealant to a larger area. Apply the sealant to the surface with a caulking tube or putty knife, then use the putty knife to spread the sealant evenly over the surface.

  3. Spoon: A spoon can also be used to apply sealant to a small area. Simply apply the sealant to the surface, then use the back of the spoon to spread it evenly into the gap or crack.

  4. Paintbrush: A paintbrush can be used to apply sealant to a small area or in hard-to-reach places. Dip the paintbrush into the sealant, then use it to apply the sealant to the surface. Be sure to choose a paintbrush with stiff bristles that can handle the thickness of the sealant.

While these alternatives can be helpful in a pinch, keep in mind that they may not provide the same precision and control as a sealant gun. If you frequently work with sealants or caulk, investing in a sealant gun can make your job easier and more efficient.

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