By Randy Rodebaugh from Charleston IL on March 28, 2012
I need MSDS sheets.
By Kevin E. - Fireplace Specialist on March 28, 2012
Answer:Please follow the below link to access the MSDS for this product.
By Richard from Philadelphia, PA on February 6, 2015
The silicone on my wood stove pipes has cured for 24 hours but is smoking and giving off an odor. Why is it doing this?
By eFireplaceStore on February 6, 2015
This product can only be used in situations with a constant temperature of up to 450 degrees, with intermittent temps of up to 500 being allowed. In most cases, stovepipe will exceed this temperature and would cause the RTV to begin breaking down and smoking. It is normally not necessary to seal stovepipe, but a product such as the Rutland Pre-Mixed Black Furnace Cement - 10.3 Ounce Cartridge
should be used if you do.
By Donald from PA on November 17, 2014
Will I be able to apply this Rutland 500 degree RTV Clear Silicone Sealant onto the top of my chimney between the cement crown and brick within cold temperature ranges around 35 degrees or so?
By eFireplaceStore on November 18, 2014
Answer:Per the manufacturer, this product is ideally applied at a temperature between 50 and 75 degrees. It can technically be applied at any temperature above freezing, but the dry time will nearly double.
By Rob from Portland, Maine on November 19, 2012
I just laid down some high temp caulk around the outside of my fireplace doors. I did my best not to get caulk all over the place, but how do I go about cleaning up some of the excess caulk and some of the caulk that I smudged along the edges of the fireplace doors?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on November 20, 2012
Answer:A suitable caulk remover can be applied to any over application. The remover will loosen the caulk and allow you to scrub/peel and extra away. Also, if you are looking to cleanly remove the caulking near the edges of the doors, a new razor blade can be used to gently scrape away any excess.
By Henry from Waynesburg, KY on January 6, 2013
Is this product suitable to seal wood stove burning pipes, including pipe coming directly out of stove collar?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on January 6, 2013
By Bob from Duluth, MN on December 9, 2013
Can this sealant be used to safely seal iron chimney pipe inside the house?
By Collin C. - NFI Master Hearth Professional on December 10, 2013