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So…;. this is kind of embarrassing. You see, we consider ourselves to be clean and tidy people, but the fact is if you looked closely around the edges of our under-mount sinkspillow cases home decor, you might gag a little. Because our caulk was a moldy, disgusting mess. So, we decided to give it a refresh, which meant we first had to remove the caulk and then replace it. And today I'm going to teach you how to remove caulk. It's actually MUCH easier than I expected. It's all about the tool!

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Before I jump into the tutorial, let me show you a couple of “;before”; photos of the two kitchens in our sink (we have a main sink and a small prep sink in our island–;I'm sad to say that both had gross caulk).

Now do you see why I'm embarrassed to broadcast those gross photos all over the internet?! But it's necessary because I know we can't be the only ones with this issue. Now, read on to learn how to remove caulk and refresh it yourself.

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1) Use your caulk removal tool to scrape the caulk out of the joint. We place drain stoppers and paper towels in the bottom of our sinks so that the old caulk didn't go down the drains.

2) Scrub away any bits of caulk that remain in the joint.

3) Clean the surface of the joint with a bit of rubbing alcohol on a paper towel.

4) Clean the surface with a diluted bleach mixture to kill any mildew or mold.

And before we move on, just take a look at the GROSSNESS (that's a word, right?!) that I removed from our sinks!

5) The most important step is to allow the joint that you will be caulking tocompletely air dry before applying your new caulk. Once it is dry, use a caulk gun to apply yourDAPKwik Seal Ultrain an even bead around the entire joint you are working on. My favorite thing about theDAPKwik Seal Ultrais that it goes on white and dries clear, so you can easily see it as you apply it.

6) Wait the recommended amount of drying time before exposing the joint to moisture.DAPKwik Seal Ultrais water ready in only 4 hours. It also repels dirt and soap scum, resists stains and has a lifetime mold and mildew resistance guarantee.

It takes a few days for the caulk to turn completely clear. It looks SO much better and I definitely feel like we have a better seal now as well. The old caulk was cracking a bit, which is a sign that you need to replace it (whether it's moldy or not).

So there you have it! Now you know how to remove caulk AND how to replace it!

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