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  1. Check This Out at |

    A nice thing that you know how to repair any bathroom or bathtub problems.

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  2. Carl at |

    Nice guide, this will make it easy for anyone to follow and get the job done correctly…

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  3. Jamie DeVriend at |

    You make this look so easy! I tried to recaulk my tub and made a huge mess. The caulk strip seems to be so much more convenient and less messy than the stuff I got. I did want to thank you for pointing out the need to get rid of mildew when the old caulk is removed. It’s like painting moldy walls; the mold is still there and you’ve given it a dark damp place to grow. Using the bleach solution will definitely make sure any spores left are gone.

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  4. Jamie DeVriend at |

    Thank you for the advice! I also meant to ask if you have a certain brand of caulk strip you suggest to use, given that I’m sure not all are made equally.

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  5. Bryan Flake at |

    One of the hardest things to do is pull out mold, mildew and gunk from in between the tiles in the bathroom. It has gotten to the point that some of my tiles are loose and starting to fall off the wall. How do I re-adhere them?

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