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I recently noticed that our bathtub had no caulk around it, it had been caulked before but since then it has all worn off... Anyway it's time for ...
1. a caulk tube 2. a caulk gun 3. some paper towels you can pick up both a caulk gun, and caulk at Home Depot.
First thing you'll want to do is clean the area with a wet rag. Dust, hair, and grime build up can prevent the caulk from sticking properly. Next ...
Slide the caulk tube into the gun. (No need to explain how to slide it in the gun, i think you can figure it out...lol)
Now squirt a strand of caulk along the edge of the tub (the strand should be about as thick around as toothpaste coming out of the tube).
Now lick your finger and smooth the caulk, you'll have to lick your finger every once in a while to make sure the caulk doesn't stick to your ...
Clean up the excess caulk, smears, and your fingers with the paper towel. Stick a long nail in the tip of the caulk tube to keep it from ...
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