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Spruce up your kitchen and bathroom with the easy and affordable renovation ideas in these videos.
You Will Need
- A caulk remover
- A utility knife or razor blade
- Needle-nose pliers
- A 5-in-1 tool
- A sponge
- Isopropyl alcohol (optional)
- Gloves (optional)
Apply caulk remover
Apply caulk remover to soften the existing caulk.
Slice into the caulk with the utility knife or razor blade.
Pull off caulk
Pull off the remaining caulk with the needle-nose pliers.
Work slowly and carefully to scrape off any remaining caulk with the 5-in-1 tool.
Clean the area with a solution of ⅓ cup bleach per gallon of water to remove any mold or mildew on the surface. Scrub away any soap residue.
Rinse the area thoroughly.
Wipe the area with a clean rag and let it air dry.