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  1. R

    Does this opening between the bathtub and tile look normal before I re-caulk it? How should I seal the joint between the tub and the wood moulding?

    I'm glad I asked. Thanks. Any suggestions on how to fix this? Would the complexity of the task require a professional, or would a novice like myself be able to take care of it?
  2. R

    Does this opening between the bathtub and tile look normal before I re-caulk it? How should I seal the joint between the tub and the wood moulding?

    I have just peeled the poorly placed caulk around my bathtub and now need to re-caulk it. Does the result of my caulk-removal look typical to you? (It's my first time doing it.) There are bits of old caulk that seem impossible for me to peel off with my painter's tool. Should I keep scraping at...
  3. R

    Should I use calk or grout to fix a long crack between the counter and the backsplash?

    All sounds good. I'll get at it. I picked up some supplies. Thumbs up or down on this caulk? It doesn't say "nonsanded" but specifically says it's meant for changes in plane and expansion joints.
  4. R

    Should I use calk or grout to fix a long crack between the counter and the backsplash?

    Should I chip away at the remnants of the grout before I seal the gap, or should I just seal over it?
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    Should I use calk or grout to fix a long crack between the counter and the backsplash?

    One picture below shows what looks like a solid grout seal between the counter and backsplash, but I thought that calk is more appropriate for this area because grout is prone to cracking. Should I repair the existing crack (which goes across a long stretch of the counter) with grout to match...
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