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This looks like someone didn't want to cut tile to do the job right. I'm not sure the skirting material is even being used correctly. Yes, you could use white silicone caulk on both edges and seal up that corner but it would still look bad. If this was my tub, I'd pull all that skirting out or using a utility knife cut it out. Clean all the surfaces and ...


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OUR COLORED SANDED CAULK TOOK 1 MONTH TO DRY CURE HARDEN: We had a 1/2" deep x 1/2" wide gap between our kitchen floor tiles and kitchen door threshold, food and crumbs would get stuck in that gap. We used sanded caulk. It DID dry and cure but it took about 1 month. Just be careful not to step on it nor push your fingers into it or it will leave dents and ...


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OK, you had me at "a bulge with cracking". This is a little scary. Even though you don't feel any moisture doesn't mean it's not pooling on the top and rotting the wood. Tubs are heavy and tubs filled with water are a lot heavier. I really think you need to check into this a whole lot more unless you want a tub in the basement. You mentioned LVT flooring in ...


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Caulking and mold; Caulking that lasts needs more prep time than the actual application of caulking. My experience with caulking repairs is that mold typically forms in voids * where caulking is missing, * or has delaminated from the surface, * ---OR if someone didn't kill and remove the old mold first before simply just gushing on new caulking! The ...


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OK, grout should never have been used there in the first place because it will crack. I can see more cracking from your pictures. Your best bet is get as much of that grout out of there as you can as it will continue to crack and fall out. Once you get the grout out, get some quality silicone caulk and run a good bead of caulk around the tub. Make sure ...


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