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When doing projects that require caulk or construction adhesive, we rarely use up an entire tube. We've tried various means of storage in the hope that we can use the tube for another project. Our efforts to keep the product from drying out have failed time and time again, which led Steph to search out a better option.
Read on or watch the video to see what we tried and what we ultimately discovered really worked to keep the contents of the tube from drying out!
These are some of the commercially available tube preserving products on the market that we've tried. We've included our favorite Glad Press 'n Seal in the grouping. We use this for covering jars of paint, to temporarily keep paint brushes and small rollers from drying out, and now to test if it will keep a tube of caulk from drying out.
You can see the results of the AirTite test in the video. Basically, both the AirTite and Glad Press n' Seal are good options for helping preserve a partially used tube of caulk or construction adhesive.
Bonus, if you have the Wall Control Slotted Metal Pegboard Aerosol spray Can Holder, the AirTite will fit nicely into one of the slots.
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FYI: We are not professionals, and we don't claim to be. This is what we found worked for our project. Yours may need a little different approach. Safety first!
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