How do you caulk a shower stall?


To caulk a shower stall, start by removing any old caulk that surrounds the shower stall and use a detergent to wipe the area where you need to caulk. Dry the area completely and then fix the caulk into a caulk gun. Prepare the tub and then place the caulk gun at a 45-degree angle to the surface and run a bed along the length of the seam.
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1. Remove any old caulk surrounding the shower stall. Depending on the type of caulk, you may need to use a razor blade or a pair of needle-nose pliers. Be careful not to scratch
If any gaps appear in the caulk bead go back over them with another layer of caulk. Make sure to over lap the gap on both sides to ensure an even seam.
Make sure the shower is clean and dry before you start. With caulk and a caulking gun, run a bead of caulk along the seams in the shower, let dry before using water.
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How to Caulk a Shower Stall
Whether you're replacing old caulk or have installed a new shower stall, you need to caulk the seams. Done correctly, the caulk gives the shower a completed look while providing a watertight seal along the seams. If you caulk a shower stall incorrectly,... More »
Difficulty: Easy
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