A widely used filler material. Primarily, it is used as a sealant around sinks, tubs, showers and countertops. Other applications for caulking include sealing window and door frames, filling minor cracks in drywall and gaps between wood members.
A resilient mastic compound often having a silicone, bituminous, or rubber base; used to seal cracks, fill joints, prevent leakage, and/or provide waterproofing used in the replacement of commercial or residential glass.
(n.) A flexible material used to seal a gap between two surfaces (e.g., between pieces of siding or the corners in tub walls) (v.) To fill a joint with mastic or asphalt plastic cement to prevent leaks
Caulking refers to putty like materials to fill in voids or spaces between wood or metal that would otherwise leak air or water. Provide in 1/â„10 quart or quart tubes and installed with a caulking gun.
A soft semi liquid material used to seal cracks around a window and doorframe adjacent to the wall opening. Normally, this is applied from a tube in a caulking gun. enter Jamb The vertical rail in a sliding glass door panel containing the lock.
Caulking is a process used in computer-game level creation/editing (or mapping) for the generation of a level, or map, that is less demanding for the computer's graphics card to render in-game than the map would be otherwise.