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How to Remove Old Caulk

How to Remove Caulk. Old and pealing caulk or just a bad caulk job not only look bad but can allow water to seep behind tile and walls. We recommend maintaining caulk around tiles, tub & shower enclosures, sinks, toilets, and windowns to prevent water leak damage to adjacent furnishings. It's a simple DIY fix that can save you hundreds in repairs later!

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Little Things Not To Forget When Building…!

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Handy Home Products for Quick-Fix Repairs

Sometimes the key to making a fix is just knowing the right product to use. A team of professional carpenters, plumbers, painters, electricians and fix-it gurus tell us what their favorite products are, and what they never leave home without.

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Bathtub Caulking Tips

Caulking: Remove old caulk. Spray with bleach diluted to 10% to remove any mold. Fill tub with water. Place tape 1/4" from crease. Squeeze deep into crease. Smooth out with wet finger. Then peel off the tape immediately, before it dries. Drain the tub when caulk is dry. Wait 24 hours before using tub.