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Acoustic Caulk Half Case - 6 Tubes

Green Glue Sealant Half Case - 6 (29 oz.) tubes per box.

Each tube provides approximately 50 linear feet of sealant, depending on how wide the nozzle is cut, providing a total of 300 linear feet per case.

Price: $58.99
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Price is for a Half Case of 6 (29 oz.) tubes of Green Glue Sealant. Each tube provides approximately 50 linear feet of sealant, depending on how wide the nozzle is cut, giving you a total of 300 linear feet per case.

Green Glue’s Noiseproofing Acoustical Sealant is simple to dispense and clean-up. It stops noise from leaking through joints, edges and baseplates and can be used on many surfaces such as wood, gypsum and concrete. It is highly trusted and recommended by builders, architects, contractors and DIY enthusiast.

Sealant is applied with a standard quart sized caulking gun, which is available for sale on our site (see Acoustical Sealant Installation Guide).

What is Green Glue Sealant?

Proper acoustical sealing is a must in order to achieve the desired results in soundproofing. Green Glue Sealant is manufactured by the Green Glue Company and is the perfect seal for all your soundproofing projects. It used to fill gaps between walls and floors and around electrical outlets, light fixtures, windows, and doors. Anywhere there is a break in building material, acoustical sealant should be applied to stop sound from traveling through an open gap. It stops noise from leaking through joints, edges and baseplates and can be used on many surfaces such as wood, gypsum, concrete, glass, drywall, metal and plastic. The Sealant will remain soft and flexible when dry and is paintable once dried. Green Glue’s Noiseproofing Acoustical Sealant is simple to dispense and has an easy clean-up. It is highly trusted and recommended by builders, architects, contractors and DIY enthusiast.

Advantages and Features of Acoustical Sealant:

  • Soundproof - Prevents sound from leaking through joists and edges
  • Easy – Dispenses easily and remains soft and flexible when dry
  • Neat - Easy clean-up with soap and water
  • Multi-Purpose - Bonds to wood, concrete, glass, gypsum, metal and plastic
  • Aesthetic - Paintable when dry
  • Versatile – For use in new construction, remodels, and retrofits
  • Proven – Leading manufacturer of soundproofing technologies
  • Trusted – Used by builders, contractors, architects, and DIYers
  • Tested – Independently tested by Underwriters Laboratory for environmental impact
  • Sustainable – Can help contribute in achieving points toward LEED certification
  • Effective – Validated by third-party laboratory testing
  • Safe - Low V.O.C. and Non-Toxic
  • Pleasant - No odor

Limitations of Acoustical Sealant:

  • Not a finishing product; standard mud and tape should be used.
  • Intended for noise mitigation in interior applications only.
  • Allow to dry 48 hours before finishing or painting.

When filling a gap that is more than 1/4" (.25") wide, we suggest first filling the gap with Soundproofing Rubber.

Note: If needed, purchasing full cases of 12 Tubes Acoustical Caulk will be cheaper than buying half cases. 

For more information see our Product Data tab to the right.

Acoustical Sealant Data Sheets:

Click Here to View Acoustical Sealant Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS).

Click Here to View Acoustical Sealant Data Submittal Sheet.

Click Here to View Green Glue and Acoustical Sealant LEED Report.

Click here for a printable copy of our Green Glue Sealant Installation Guide.


Where to Apply Acoustical Caulk:

Acoustical caulk should be used around the perimeters of walls, floors and ceiling before tape and spackle is applied. When installing one layer of drywall, caulking should preferably be done between seams. There is no need to caulk the seams when two layers of drywall are installed as long as care is taken to stagger the seams. Additionally, caulk around electrical boxes and recessed lighting before applying the plates. Acoustical caulk should also be used around windows and doors before installing moldings.

Before Starting to Caulk:

Ensure that all surface requiring sealing are cleaned, dried and free of debris.

STEP 1:

How to Install Acoustical Caulk, Figure 1 - www.TMSoundproofing.comHow to Install Acoustical Caulk, Figure 2 - www.TMSoundproofing.comCut ¼” (.25”) hole at the end of the tube, above the threading (Figure 1).

Attach nozzle to cartridge and place cartridge into a standard quart sized caulking gun.

Cut a hole in the nozzle.

Size the hole of the nozzle according to the hole that needs filling, making sure not to exceed 3/8” (.375”)-(Figure 2).

STEP 2:

How to Install Acoustical Caulk, Figure 3 - www.TMSoundproofing.comPull trigger to dispense sealant into joints between walls and adjoining surfaces (figure 3).

When Done Caulking:

Allow 48 hours to dry before applying drywall mud or paint.

Shipping and Return information is specific to this product page only (not for other products on our site).

Shipping:
  • Material is in stock and ships within 24 hours (Monday-Friday) from our East or West coast facility.
  • Free Shipping on orders over $75.00. 
  • There will be a $14.99 Shipping and Handling flat fee on orders under $75.00 - Applies to orders shipping in the USA (Excluding Alaska & Hawaii).
  • Ships FedEx Ground.
  • Overnight and Express shipping is available. Please call us at 845-388-1200.
  • Shipping Time varies. For more information see our Shipping Information page. 

Returns:

  • Product can be returned up to 60 days, if in brand new condition.
  • Partially used cases cannot be returned.
  • Please call or email us to receive an RMA number before returning. No returns will be processed without an RMA number.
  • We will deduct $10.00 per case on all returns to cover our original shipping cost.
  • Return shipping is customer's responsibility. Please ship to: TMS, 148 Horton Drive, Suite B, Monsey NY, 10952
  • If you are shipping via USPS (not recommended) do NOT require signature as we will not be able to pick up your package from local post office facility.
  • Click here for more information on our Return Policy.


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pros
  • Effective (7)
  • Great Overall Soundproofing (7)
  • Versatile (4)
  • Visually Attractive (1)
  • Easy To Use (1)
  • Absorbs Standing Waves (1)
  • Fills Large Gaps (1)
  • Easy (1)
cons
  • Visually Unpleasing (1)
best uses
  • Home Studio (5)
  • Professional Recording (4)
  • Performances (1)
  • Amateur Recording (1)
  • Studio Construction (1)
  • Multifamily Dwellings (1)
  • Home Theater (1)

Reviewed by 10 customers

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By MetalMan

from Ellicott City, MD

About Me Home Owner

Verified buyer
5.0
It really worked!
02/03/15
pros
  • Easy
  • Effective
  • Fills Large Gaps
  • Great Overall Soundproofing
  • Versatile
cons
best uses
  • Multifamily Dwellings
Comments about Acoustic Caulk Half Case - 6 Tubes:
We used this in place of caulk when adding sound board between two residences on a shared wall. It worked really well, filled the gaps completely. The reduction in sound transfer was significant.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

By David

from Maryland

Verified buyer
5.0
ooey. gooey. great gobs of green goo
02/03/15
pros
  • Great Overall Soundproofing
  • Effective
cons
best uses
Comments about Acoustic Caulk Half Case - 6 Tubes:
This is the stiffer, less runny version of green glue that works for sealing edges and joints. The similar product called "noiseproofing compound" is the version that is more runny and is good to stick sheets of drywall together.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

By Johann

from Utah

About Me Diyer

Verified buyer
4.0
Good caulk that stays tacky
02/04/15
pros
  • Effective
  • Versatile
cons
best uses
  • Home Studio
Comments about Acoustic Caulk Half Case - 6 Tubes:
The caulk was reasonably priced and does the job: it stays slightly tacky even after curing for a week. This is good for soundproofing cracks around sheetrock or below baseboards.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

By Ted

from Brooklyn

About Me Recording Engineer

Verified buyer
5.0
This stuff is a lifesaver
02/04/15
pros
  • Effective
  • Great Overall Soundproofing
  • Versatile
cons
  • Visually Unpleasing
best uses
  • Professional Recording
  • Home Studio
  • Studio Construction
Comments about Acoustic Caulk Half Case - 6 Tubes:
I used the Green Glue Acoustical Caulk in the construction of my iso booth, which I built myself! Admittedly, I am no carpenter, so I was left with some (slight) imperfections in the build which allowed significant sound leakage. Green Glue Acoustic Caulk was the perfect solution. The amount of soundproofing provided by the caulk was instantly and significantly noticeable, even before it dried. I was able to plug the gaps in my build, and am still impressed at how well it isolates.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

By Hometheaterguy

from Frederick, CO

Verified buyer
4.0
Sealed my home theater.
02/05/15
pros
  • Great Overall Soundproofing
cons
best uses
  • Home Theater
Comments about Acoustic Caulk Half Case - 6 Tubes:
I worked hard at isolating all adjoining drywall surfaces in my home theater and this product worked great for filling the voids of the acoustic breaks.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

By Rich

from Fort Myers FL

Verified buyer
5.0
Very Good product
03/14/15
pros
  • Effective
  • Great Overall Soundproofing
cons
best uses
  • Amateur Recording
  • Home Studio
  • Professional Recording
Comments about Acoustic Caulk Half Case - 6 Tubes:
Great sound caulk stay flexible and seals cracks well
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

By Sound Department Minskoff Theatre

from New York, NY

Verified buyer
5.0
Love this stuff.
03/14/15
pros
  • Absorbs Standing Waves
  • Easy To Use
  • Effective
  • Great Overall Soundproofing
  • Versatile
cons
best uses
  • Professional Recording
  • Performances
  • Home Studio
Comments about Acoustic Caulk Half Case - 6 Tubes:
I use the Green Glue anywhere I need glue in soundproofing situations. Whether it is sheetrock or plywood in making divider panels it really reduces transmission. Easy to dispense whether on large panels or on joists for flooring.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

By kirk

from palm harbor Florida

Verified buyer
5.0
your green caulk
03/14/15
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cons
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Comments about Acoustic Caulk Half Case - 6 Tubes:
I used this product to solve a sound problem that nobody would touch. With your other products I was successful. Great stuff.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend

By Bill

from NEPA

Verified buyer
5.0
Super fast delivery!
03/12/16
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Comments about Acoustic Caulk Half Case - 6 Tubes:
Super fast delivery!

By Monster Mix

from New Port Richey, Florida

Verified buyer
5.0
Great Service - Fast Delivery
08/24/16
pros
  • Visually Attractive
  • Effective
  • Great Overall Soundproofing
cons
best uses
  • Home Studio
  • Professional Recording
Comments about Acoustic Caulk Half Case - 6 Tubes:
The Acoustic Caulk and Green glue works as advertised and is a must for sound control. I can always find all the soundproof products I need in one place
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Customers Questions and Answers

1) Dave F: Hi, Do I need to leave a 1/4" gap between drywall panels on adjacent walls (and between the wall and the ceiling) and fill them with this caulk? I was hoping to do that only if there was a gap. Thanks! Dave

Trademark Soundproofing Reply: We recommend not purposely leaving a 1/4" gap, rather just filing in any gaps that are there when you finish your wall.

2) nadine: will it be messy if I am trying to fill up to 5/8" gaps between drywall on ceiling?

Trademark Soundproofing Reply: 5/8" is a larger gap than usual and it can be a bit messy however you should be able to smooth it in there.