How to Caulk Flexible Joints?

Answer The main purpose of caulk is to fill in gaps and stop air or water seepage. Joints that shift because of ground movement, freeze-thaw patterns or settling require filler. Flexible joints, found in ... Read More »

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How do I caulk ceramic tile countertop joints?

Choose a silicone caulk for kitchens and bathrooms that is mildew-resistant and matches the color of the grout. Be sure to wipe away any grout dust from the tiles, using an old T-shirt. Cut the edg... Read More »

Can you run a flexible hose for the refrigerator icewater maker instead of copper tubing And how long can this flexible hose be?

Answer The hose can be as long as needed. The plastic line for ice makers is heavy enough and carries so little pressure that it is not an issue. One of the reasons for copper is to keep mice fr... Read More »

How do I caulk with polyurethane caulk?

Prepare the Caulk JointRemove dirt and loose paint from the caulk joint by running a paint scraper along both sides of the joint. Use a brass bristle wire brush to remove smaller particles and rust... Read More »

How to Be Flexible?

Flexibility can be an asset in gymnastics, dance, and most sports. Have you seen one of those amazing athletes bend and twist in ways you'd think were impossible? If you work hard, you might be abl... Read More »