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Brown Sealant: Waterproof Adiseal is Better Than Silicone

Adiseal brown sealant provides a high-performance waterproof seal on many different sealing applications. Solvent-free Adiseal performs better than brown silicone sealant in sealing applications. Unlike brown silicone, Adiseal’s waterproof properties means it can seal instantly even in damp or wet conditions.

Adiseal brown sealant
Adiseal waterproof brown sealant

What are the benefits of Adiseal brown sealant?

Adiseal has many benefits over brown silicone. Some of these benefits include:

  • Works in dry, wet, even underwater
  • Waterproof sealant adhesive
  • High gap fill
  • Resists mould
  • Over paintable (paint can be mixed into Adiseal Ultra Clear to make custom coloured sealant)
  • UV resistant (suitable as an exterior brown sealant as well as for interior use)
  • Virtually odourless (no harsh solvent smell)
  • Isocyanate free
  • Solvent free (safe for sensitive materials like polystyrene and mirrors)
  • No shrinkage or cracking
  • Prevent fungal growth
  • Prevent bacteria growth
  • Good resistance to chemicals
  • EC1 Plus certified (no VOC)
  • ISEGA certified – safe for use in food preparation areas
  • Interior & exterior brown sealant

The standard adhesive drying time for Adiseal is 24 – 48 hours to fully cure. Curing times can increase in colder temperatures.

Works in dry, damp & wet

Adiseal is able to seal instantly even in damp or wet conditions. Traditional brown silicone sealants require a dry surface but this is not a problem for Adiseal. Even with heavy rain, Adiseal is able to seal instantly. This also give it the advantage of being able to test the seal immediately after application.

Waterproof sealant demonstration.


No Shrinkage or Cracking

Unlike solvent-based silicone sealants, Adiseal does not suffer from the issue of shrinking. Solvent-based products require the solvents to evaporate in order for the adhesive or sealant to dry, leading to shrinkage. This shrinkage can result in the sealant pulling away from the surface, ultimately creating a weaker seal. However, with Adiseal, this concern is effectively eliminated, making it an excellent choice for various applications, including serving as a reliable brown gutter sealant and many others.


ISEGA certified

Adiseal holds the prestigious ISEGA certification, ensuring its suitability for use in food preparation areas. As a result, Adiseal serves as the perfect choice for a brown kitchen sealant, providing the assurance of safety in food-related environments.


Interior & exterior use

Adiseal proves its versatility as it is suitable for both interior and exterior applications as a brown sealant. It surpasses brown silicone sealants, making it an excellent choice for various purposes. Whether used as a brown floor sealant or a brown gutter sealant, Adiseal excels in providing reliable and effective results.

How to use a brown sealant

How to use a brown sealant

  1. Preparation

    Ensure the surface is clean, dry, and free from dust, debris, grease, or any loose material. Use a suitable cleaner or solvent if necessary. Also, make sure the surrounding area is adequately protected.

  2. Application

    Cut the tip of the sealant tube at a 45-degree angle to achieve the desired bead size. Load the tube into a caulking gun and apply steady pressure on the trigger to dispense the sealant.

  3. Bead Placement

    Apply the sealant along the desired joint or area, keeping the nozzle at a consistent angle and maintaining a steady flow. Use enough sealant to adequately fill the gap or create a uniform seal.

  4. Tooling

    Use a caulk smoothing tool or a dampened finger to smooth and shape the sealant bead. This helps ensure proper adhesion and a neat finish. Remove any excess sealant promptly.

  5. Drying and Curing

    Allow the brown sealant sufficient time to dry and cure based on the manufacturer’s instructions. Avoid disturbing or exposing the sealant to moisture during this period.

  6. Post-Application

    Once the sealant is fully cured, inspect the area to ensure the desired seal has been achieved. If necessary, touch up or reapply the sealant as needed.

Tip: To store Adiseal once opened, leave about 1cm worth of product out of the nozzle and store the tube upright in a cool dry place. Adiseal requires moisture for it to cure. The exposed part out of the nozzle will cure creating a cap. To re-use Adiseal, pull the cured part out or cut the nozzle until the uncured part is reached.

Where to buy Adiseal products?

In the UK, to buy brown sealant, please contact us for details of your local stockist. For other countries, our products can be bought from https://guglue.com/product/adiseal-adhesive-sealant-brown-290ml/

Other colours

Adiseal is also available in the following colours:

Frequently asked questions about brown sealant

How to remove brown sealant?

To remove sealant, varies on what type of product it is. Most silicone sealants are solvent based. For solvent based products, Adisolve can be used to deactivate the product. Spraying Adisolve on top of the product will help the silicone peel away from the material it is stuck to. Use a sharp item then to cut away any sealant that remains stuck to the surface.

What is the best brown sealant adhesive?

Adiseal is the best brown sealant. Adiseal works in the dry, damp, wet and even underwater. It seals instantly even in the rain. Adiseal is UV resistant and has many other benefits. It works equally well for interior & exterior uses.

What are the common applications of brown sealants?

They can be used in various applications, including sealing gaps in windows, doors, flooring, gutters, and other areas where a brown color is desired or required.

Can a brown sealant be used on both interior and exterior surfaces?

Yes, many products are designed to be versatile and can be used both indoors and outdoors, as long as the manufacturer specifies the suitability for such applications.

What is the best brown silicone?

Adiseal sealant has been shown to outperform other sealants like silicone. Adiseal can be applied in dry, damp, wet or even underwater. Unlike brown silicone, Adiseal can seal instantly making it ideal for emergency repairs as well. Adiseal provides a strong, durable and waterproof seal.

Suhail Matadar has extensive experience in the construction industry as an electrician, involved in installing, inspecting, and testing electrical systems in various projects. He excelled in sales, working for a major UK wholesaler, selling construction products to professionals and the DIY market. Suhail's background includes working at a leading home emergency repair company dealing with trades people. With a BEng (Hons) degree in Electronic Engineering, Suhail has worked with PLCs in the nuclear fuel manufacturing industry. During his studies, he gained practical experience at a chemical manufacturing company known for producing award-winning cleaning, hygiene, and livestock protection products for over a century. Currently, Suhail runs a global business specialising in supplying, researching, testing, and distributing chemical construction products like adhesives and sealants.