After removing your old, peeling caulk line, it's time to lay a brand new line of caulk into the gap left around your tub where it meets the wall or tub surround. This step-by-step tutorial shows you how to properly go about your next bathtub caulking project in order to ensure a watertight seal and pristine white finish. http://www.ehow.com/how_4796262_replace-bathtub-caulk.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage
The Chronicles of Home: Update an Old Bathtub in Three Easy Steps
How to Caulk a Bathtub - ..... a must read before you re-caulk your tub! This was super handy and really helpful, especially filling the tub with water and taping. I'm not super-handy and it even worked for me. Grade - A
Recaulk a tub in 5 easy steps (plus my trick for perfect lines) | Living Rich on LessLiving Rich on Less
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Silicone (A) or acrylic latex (B) compounds are the best kinds of caulk for tubs, sinks or showers because they’ve been chemically tweaked to resist mildew and to stick to smooth, nonporous surfaces.
The error proof way to get perfect caulk lines.
Where was this site when I re-caulked my tub a few months ago. Would have done a cleaner job. Lol.
Apartment Therapy | Recaulking. Also not glamorous, but helpful.
How to Caulk a Tub Surround - Step by Step | The Family Handyman