So the other month when this company – Sashco – reached out to me offering a caulking product, I was pretty excited. And this material is really stretchy so I don’t think it’s going to crack like the old stuff has. Anyway, I thought this would be a great opportunity to make a video showing off my power-tool centric approach to calking repairs. Here goes!
The first step is to always remove the old caulking. The surface has to be clean for the new product to stick.
Now for my favorite part – using the electric caulking gun.
All done! Err, no. Just kidding.
Anyone that’s ever done this knows caulking never goes on right the first time. Try your best to avoid making a mess like me. But don’t worry if you do. Should any material spill off the tape, just wipe it off at the end with a wet paper towel.
Final step is to smooth everything out with a little water. And now it’s really done. Only a dozen more windows go. Now I’m no caulking professional, but I hope you picked up a tip or two in this one. And if you have any tips for me, I’d love to hear them.