I've recently installed some wainscotting panelling in our bathroom. I've B-I-N'ed (primed) the front, back and edges twice, mounted the panelling with both liquid nails and panelling nails, sealed the tops and corners with a silicon sealant (caulk), finished it with a satin paint, and have run some molding around the top to cover any imperfections in my cuts. The molding has also been B-I-N'ed thoroughly. . . Should I caulk around the molding also (top and bottom)? Is there anything else I can do to prevent this huge endeavor from falling apart? Any thoughts would be very much appreciated!!!