2012-05-13 15:45 - General

I re-did the caulk around my bathtub yesterday.

The bit along the walls that was there when I moved in was never very good. The bit along the shower door which I installed myself just under two years ago was already quite discolored, as it tends to have tiny pools of standing water accumulated in the corners.

I recently found that there's caulk with "MicroBan" built in, which is supposed to prevent (discourage?) microbial growth. So my hope is this will last longer despite the situation it's in.

But it wants to cure for 24 hours before use, so I can't shower today (I didn't finish until 8PM last night). Blech.

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