Originally Posted by GraceBrown
I agree any caulk will work it is only matter of a brand and price, so take one that is affordable for you
I'd say it's durability vs. price, but durability may be hard to estimate and no company will say that their product is short-lived.
Since half the people move within 7 years and almost all within 14 years, you may not need 'lifetime' caulk. With frequent remodeling less than 7 years may be enough.
Water cleanup is less trouble than using mineral spirits to clean up but water-based caulk may not last as long.
And it took me some looking to find a clear, water-based caulk for my Corian kitchen countertop.
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