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I used Solvo-Plast 11 ( made in Canada) an adhesive remover and WoW ,it cleaned my mess up really well. I had put the gorilla glue on the inside of my Moms handles foer her walker because they were sliding off and dit expanded and came out the opening and dripped all over the place . Worked lickety split and even off my hands although I didn't really ...


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I've always use nail varnish remover and a old rag.


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I did mine with clear silicone. Everything must be bone dry before application. Just push the escutcheon flush to the wall and apply silicone around the outside where it meets the wall. The key to a good job with silicon is to make sure you don't over apply. Nothing is worse than having silicone spread out an inch past where it's supposed to be, especially ...


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"kitchen and bath" (or "tub & tile") (mildew-resistant) caulk (with a gap at 6 o'clock) is the stock approach. Some folks also use a thick ring of plumbers putty (inside the caulk at the edge), but that is contra-indicated with natural stone; unless, perhaps you use a putty that purports to be suitable. Oatey (a brand) says, apprarently referring only ...


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If you will first thoroughly wet all the pertinent surfaces, your shower curtain will cling all by itself and greatly reduce the irritating billowing and waving, also the leaks to the outside on both ends. I just toss handfuls of water everywhere I want the curtain to seal off and stick down. Good luck-


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I suspect @shirlockhomes may have been referring to Seal-AllĀ®. Though it's impossible to say for sure, as I'm not @shirlockhomes.



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