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How do you remove window caulk?
What sort of caulk is best for bathtubs?
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How do you remove old caulk from around the tub?
You can use a flat-head screwdriver to remove the caulk by piercing the caulk and digging it out. There are also special made tools for removing caulk that can be bought in hardware stores. For smaller bits of caulk, you can buy a solvent that will loosen it up, allowing the caulk to be easily removed with a paper towel
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Can you caulk over cracked caulk?
Not the greatest idea, when packing in the oakum and then pouring the lead and caulking it the hub could split wide open Your new caulking job will last longer if you remove the old caulk and any of its debris and make sure the area is dry before adding new caulk. You can use an old screwdriver to remove the old.
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How do you caulk windows yourself?
Use an exterior window caulk. If you plan to paint over it make sure it is "paintable" caulk. Run the bead of caulk using a caulking gun. You can smooth out the bead with your finger and clean up any residual caulk with a wet rag (this clean uo only works if the caulk is water based...check the tube to make sure it is....it's easier if it is) If you use silicone caulk you can't paint it and you cannot clean up any errors with a wet rag so unless you are real exact in applying the bead I would avoid this type of caulk.
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How do you change the right window regulator in a 1992 Lincoln Town car?
Have to remove the door panel screws, then remove speaker, drop the cables off the window motor (maybe), drill out the rivets that secure the regulator at bottom and remove two bolts at the top of regulator. push window all way up remove glass from regulator, I used a screwdriver but am sure there must be an easier way to remove the caulk that hold window to regulator. then dats about it..if you need to replace motor same thing drill out the rivets and pull out from right side of door...have fun that project sucked for me..LOL
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How do you caulk a bathtub?
Video: How do you caulk a bathtub? Make sure you have thoroughly removed the old caulk around your bathtub before replacing it with new caulk. You can buy a scraper tool at any hardware store that will help you easily scrape away and remove the old caulk. When you are purchasing new caulk for your bathtub, you will want to purchase an anti-microbial caulk because this will prevent mold from forming or coming back in the future. Before applying the caulk, you will need to cut the tip off the applicator. Don't cut the tip too big because you don't want too much caulk. Try to cut the smallest hole possible on the applicator. You can always widen it later if necessary. Make sure the joint where you are applying the caulk is clean and free of debris. Then, start at one corner, and squeeze your bead of caulk out, evenly running it from one corner to the other. After you have evenly squeezed the caulk into the joint, dampen your finger and smooth down any beads or bumps. If you accidentally put too much caulk into the joint, just take a damp rag and run it across the joint, wiping up any excess caulk. You should now have a smoothly caulked joint on your bathtub.