At Fontaine Industries we endeavour to provide our customers with the tools and resources they need to successfully transform and maintain their kitchen, bathroom and laundry. Therefore, we offer Soudal products to assist in achieving this. Soudal offers innovative products, providing solutions to most bonding, sealing, waterproofing and jointing applications. For jobs in construction, industry and DIY/hardware you will find the right product to use from Soudal. From caulking your above counter basin, to bonding your vanity benchtop, to sealing your shower screens with silicone, we have you covered.
The Soudal Dripless Heavy Duty Cartridge Gun and the Soudal Dripless Skeleton Gun are trade quality cartridge applicator guns for dispensing all cartridge-based products. They feature the Soudal Dripless System which reduces mess and product waste. Use these with any of the cartridge products we offer such as the Soudal Joint Finishing Solution, Fill & Paint Gap Filler, Bathroom & Kitchen Silicone, T-Rex Power Crystal or T-Rex Power Fast Grab for a professional quality outcome.
For instructions on how to use the Soudal Dripless Heavy Duty Cartridge Gun and the Soudal Dripless Skeleton Gun view ‘How To Use A Caulking Gun For Applying Sealants And Adhesives In Cartridges ‘
For more information on the Soudal Range view our Soudal Resources
Who is responsible for caulking my bathroom renovation?
When undergoing a renovation you may hire professional help with some areas of your bathroom such as tilers or plumbers who will caulk your bathroom for you, however this isn’t always the case so it’s best to ensure that calking is itemised in the quote. You can also hire a professional caulker. or it can be done by yourself (DIY).
How much does calking cost?
Done by a professional, caulking can cost around $75+ for labour, materials and gst.
Or you can save yourself some coin and do it yourself, you will just have to pay for the materials such as the Soudal Dripless Heavy Duty Cartridge Gun and Bathroom & Kitchen Silicone.
Do I need to seal my shower screen?
Most professional shower installations leave a gap between the frameless shower screen and wall and the shower screen and floor which needs to be filled with silicone sealant. These gaps are required so there is no pressure placed on the glass from possible house movement which can cause it to shatter later on down the track. These larger gaps will need to be filled with silicone to create a waterproof shower. Whether there is a visible gap or not, the floor and sides that meet the walls will also need to be sealed.
Most professional shower installations will include sealing, however if it was excluded from the quote, you can DIY your silicone application with Soudal products such as the Soudal Dripless Heavy Duty Cartridge Gun and Bathroom & Kitchen Silicone.