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Remove Old Caulk and Clean

Removing the old caulk and preparing the surfaces is very important for an effective caulk repair. Here's how to prep the surfaces:
  • Remove the old caulk with a handy tool called a retractable razor blade scraper.
  • Use the razor scraper to get all the old stuck-on caulk off both surfaces such as the tile and tub. Scrape it clean.
  • Vacuum up the debris and vacuum the open joint.
  • Once both surfaces are clean and dry, proceed to the next step.

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