How to Caulk a Shower or Tub | DIY: True Value Projects

The caulk in and around your bathtub or shower doesn’t last forever. At some point, you have to replace the caulk to keep the wall, tub and tile joints sealed and watertight. There is no need to call in a handyman—it’s something most DIYers can accomplish on a weekend day if you have the right tools and know-how. These tub and shower caulking tips will help you seal the deal on a project well done.


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