Applying Caulk

Applying caulk can get messy. Here's how to ensure a smooth, clean finished appearance:
- Choose the right caulk for your project. Do you need interior, exterior, mildew-resistant, paintable or tinted caulk?
- Cut the tip of the caulk tube at an angle. Cut the tip so that the bead of caulk will not be wider than 1/4 inch.
- For best results, before starting your project, use a scrap piece of paper to practice so you can get used to the caulk’s application rate.
- Finish off by smoothing the caulk with a slightly wet finger, damp rag, or slightly wet caulking tool; this will ensure the nicest finished appearance.
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