Hope this is the right section for this... If not, feel free to move it. I made a real amateur mistake, caulk-wise. I'm replacing all the baseboards and door trim in our house. I started with a silicone-based caulk. Then a friend pointed out this stuff: "Why mess with silicone when you don't have to?" he suggested. Well, you guessed it: I used it in the bathroom. A couple of days later I was painting part of it and noticed that it crumbled easily when wet. So this'll be a problem in a moist location, right? I should've used special kitchen/bath caulk, right? Hindsight, what a thing. My question is, do I need to rip everything out, scrape off all the caulk and start over? Or can I add a clear coat of something to seal what's there? Thanks—and feel free to chuckle and/or roll your eyes before making suggestions.