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 How to Soften Caulk?

Answer The first step to re-caulking a tub, sink or backsplash is to remove the old caulk. This is often the hardest part, especially if the old caulk has dried and hardened over the years. Hardened caulk... Read More »
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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 »
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Do you always know what caulk is best for the job?

Hi. depends on what your using it for but a all round good caulk is...http://www.windowforce.co.uk/Flexible-Fi…Hope this helps
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What Caulk to Get for a Hot Tub?

Caulk keeps water where it belongs, acting as both a glue and a sealant in damp environments. Loose or damaged caulking must be removed and replaced to prevent water damage. Does th... Read More »
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How do I caulk a new tub?

Prepare the CaulkUse caulk designed specifically for bathrooms because it will form a more waterproof barrier. Cut the tip of the caulk tube at a 45-degree angle using a utility knife. Load the tub... Read More »
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