The dos and don'ts of caulking windows
from Bob Vila
Caulking windows — to give them a finished look (inside and out) and seal out leaks and drafts — is a fairly common DIY task. But if done incorrectly, it can lend a sloppy, amateurish look. Caulk is not a design element; it should blend in with the window and be unnoticeable. “Running a bead,” as the process of caulking is known, requires applying a long, narrow strip along the entire length of the seam — and it takes a degree of skill. Keep reading to learn the techniques so you can caulk like a pro.
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