How Do You Re-Caulk The Bathtub, Shower And Bathroom Sink?
Bathrooms will be a site of extensive water damage if you don’t maintain the waterproofing of the sink, tub and shower. The caulking that seals these things keeps water from leaking around the edges and through the counter top, floor or wall and causing severe damage to the structure. Periodically removing the old caulking and re-caulking these places will prevent this damage. Take a putty knife and go around each fixture at the seal to remove the old caulking. Run the edge of the putty knife along the edge and use it to separate the bead of caulking from the porcelain or fiberglass of the fixture. Remove any items that can be removed and clean the edge well. If the fixture can’t be removed, make sure there is no residue of the old caulking left on or near the sealing surfaces. Load the silicone caulking tube into the caulking gun and cut or poke a hole in the tip to allow the silicone to flow. Take up the slack in the caulking gun so that you have a steady bead of silicone coming from
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