Use a hair dryer set to high heat to soften the silicone caulk around a shower and then cut it away using a razor blade. Remove all of the silicone caulk from the shower surface to ensure that fresh caulk adheres complet... More »

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To caulk a shower, remove the old caulk with a putty knife, clean the shower, and apply the caulk with a caulk gun by squeezing the trigger and pulling the gun along the seams. This project can be completed in about an h... More »

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To caulk a shower stall, remove any old caulk from the seams, clean the seams with water and soap, allow them to dry, use a caulking gun to seal the seams with caulk, and then smooth the caulk with your finger. Use a sil... More »

To caulk a shower, remove the old caulk with a putty knife, clean the shower, and apply the caulk with a caulk gun by squeezing the trigger and pulling the gun along the seams. This project can be completed in about an h... More »

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To remove excess silicone caulk, wipe it with a sponge, apply mineral spirits, remove the caulk with pliers, soak the residue in mineral spirits, scrub it, and scrape it with a razor. The required supplies are rags, mine... More »

Remove old window caulk with a putty knife, utility knife or razor blade. Regardless of the tool you choose, the method is virtually the same. Wedge the blade of the knife between the bead of caulk and the window or wind... More »

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To thaw frozen water lines that haven't burst, shut off the water supply valve and heat the frozen pipe length with a hair dryer, space heater or heat lamp. Alternatively, wrap the pipe with temperature-controlled heat t... More »

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