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Question DetailsAsked on 2/4/2016

What is the rubber sealent used on the bottoms of kitchen cabinets called? To protect from water damage?

I thought it was called covax but it isnt

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That does not ring a bell with me - or on the web. Coax is a type of TV/entertainment center cable, but obviously that does not apply in this case.


Maybe Minwax ? Which is a brand of finishes, including varnishes, urethanes, etc. Perhaps you are thinking a clear polyurethane, commonly used as a clear coat over stains on cabients and such. But is is a clear finish similar to a varnish which would coat the entire cabinet exterior surface - not a rubber sealant.


If you are talking a strip sealant along the base of the cabinet (or base of a base shoe or molding piece) where it meets the flooring, then you are probably talking a latex or silicone caulk. Modified latex caulks like Dap Tub and Tile (available clear, white, tan as I recall) is sometimes used for this. More commonly probably, a long-life silicone sealant caulk, with GE and Dow and Dap being 3 of the most common names out there. Dap easier to work with, GE probably lasts bests but VERY messy to work with as it is quite gooey, and near impossible to clean up completely if you spill or drip anywhere.


Or go back to the person you think used the term and ask them what it was.

Answered 3 years ago by LCD




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