You can find caulking in seams made of two materials, at corners, baseboards and doors, as well as around bathtubs or surrounding areas. To caulk a seam that isn't already sealed or to re-caulk it, you need to clean the area. To put it another way, if you want to recaulk the tub surround, you'll need to remove any existing caulk.
You will need an old caulk remover tool if you have the Pro Caulk kit. If not, you can use a flat screwdriver and a Hammer to remove it. This method should not be used to scratch or chip tile or tub surfaces. You can usually grab a small piece of caulk and pull it along the wall, or the entire surround, with a pair of pliers. You can find Melbourne’s most trusted caulking providers online.
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Old or loose tiles should be avoided as the caulk can cause them to pull away from the wall and break in the tub's bottom. To prevent any tiles from falling off the walls, it is a good idea to wrap painter's tape around the surround. You can also place an old blanket under the tub to protect them from being scratched.
Tape the tub's top about a quarter inch from the wall. This will protect it in the event that your screwdriver slips. After the old caulk is removed, use a stiff brush or a green scrub pad to clean the surfaces. If you have two-wood substrates such as doors, cabinets, or baseboards, fine sandpaper can be used to smoothen the area to be caulked.