Contractors in the construction industry have always found it difficult in cold weather to keep grease, foam, caulk and other temperature sensitive items warm enough to flow freely or stick for efficient application.  The Caulk Warmer, a new product recently introduced to the construction industry, solves this age old problem.

Skilled craftsmen know that warm lubricants and adhesive materials  flow more freely,  resulting in smoother application,  better penetration and secure sealing.  But when lubricants don’t flow, tapes and adhesives don’t stick and foams don’t spray;  time and money are both sacrificed. 

Primitive strategies  for keeping materials  warm in buckets of water or on the de-frost vents of  running trucks are wasteful and inefficient at best.

Now there is a better option,  the Caulk Warmer, a unique patented warming bag that keeps lubricants and adhesives warm enough to flow freely relieving application strain on user’s arms and hands.

This heavy duty nylon canvas bag has a backstrap with a “quick disconnect” for looping over railings, plugs into 120V AC or 12V DC inverter, requires only 50 watts of power, and has a convenient cord storage pouch on the front. There is a convenient on/off switch and the internal temperature is thermostatically controlled. 

A Caulk Warmer holds 12 (1 case) standard size caulk tubes, or 7 quart size tubes, or 12 sausage size tubes, or 7 cans of foam, or a case of floor tile. Other suggested uses include temperature sensitive products such as insulating foam, windows & door sealing tape, adhesives, grease cartridges, and more.      

New users rave about the ease of use, time and money savings that the caulk warmer affords both in work time on the job-site as well as the costs of not having to run vehicles to keep materials warm on unheated sites.

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