XtraBond®9714 Liquid Applied Flashing is a liquid-applied flashing material certified to AAMA 714-19. The sealant can be used for a variety of applications including, but not limited to, fluid applied flashing, expansion joints, precast concrete panel joints, window and door perimeter caulking, aluminum, masonry and vinyl siding.


The substrate must be clean, frost free and free of any oils, greases or incompatible sealers that may interfere with adhesion. Do not apply if surface is contaminated. It is recommended to test all substrates prior to application. Primers are not required for most substrates.


  • Use XtraBond®9714 Liquid Applied Flashing to cover the seams between panels.
  • First apply a bead of sealant into the seam. Then apply either a bead in a zig-zag pattern across the panel seam or in two straight beads about ½ inch either side of seam. Tool, if necessary.


  • Apply a bead in the gap between corner panels and on both sides of the corner.
  • Finish as above for panel seams. A corner trowel may help.


  • Apply XtraBond®9714 into the gap between the panel and the framing.
  • Apply a bead in parallel lines or zig-zag pattern throughout the entire rough opening, over any visible gaps, and into the corners.
  • Apply sealant at a 6 inch minimum above the window sill from the rough opening connecting the exterior vertical wall.
  • Tool the sealant to create a mil thickness of approximately 15 mils and, to avoid thin spots on uneven areas. Be careful not to remove or gouge the sealant.
  • Allow sealant to dry to touch and does not transfer (tack-free) before installing windows or doors.
  • For window flanges, apply sealant over the jamb and head flanges only, and smooth to cover at least 1-3/4 inch onto the panel
  • Reapply the product if needed.


  • Apply a drop of sealant directly on head of overdriven nail.
  • Spread to minimum 15 wet mils to create a minimum 1 inch diameter patch (approximately the size of a quarter).


  • Fill gaps wider than 1/8 inch with backer rod or approved filler.
  • Apply the sealant directly in the gap and then apply a bead on the panel completely around the penetration.
  • Tool the sealant to cover at least 1 inch onto the panel at a minimum 15 wet mils and onto the penetrating material, being careful not to remove or gouge the sealant.


  • Fill gaps wider than 1/8 inch with backer rod or approved filler.
  • Apply a bead in the seam created between the foundation and the panel.
  • Then apply a bead in a zig-zag pattern about 1 inch above and below the joint.
  • Finish as above for panel seams, also covering a minimum 15 wet mils thick and 1-3/4 inch onto the foundation surface.


  • Clean excess material with mineral spirits or similar solvent.
  • After curing, excess sealant must be cut or scraped away.
  • Clean smoothing tool frequently to avoid sealant buildup on tool.

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