It seems all good things sag with age.
Ain’t that the truth!
Things start to pull apart. Some things start to dry out. Cracks form.
And so does a small breeze though some of the seams in our newly remodeled bathroom. You can see that remodeled bathroom post here.
When we worked on and completed this project, it was through the summer, and everything fit snug as a bug in a rug. But over just a little time, the beadboard and moulding have settled, and the seams have pulled apart slightly. All to be expected. Certainly made for very quick potty breaks this winter.
Folks, that’s one of the reasons why caulk was invented and used on such projects. This good stuff goes a long way, and stops those unwanted breezes on the ol’ hine-y.
Simply place the tube of caulk in a caulk gun, pull the trigger and run the caulk along the fault line. Smooth out the bead with your finger, keeping a rag near by to keep buildup to a minimum.
Once the caulk dries, I’ll need to sand to smooth out the application. Then, I’ll do some touch-up painting.
All in a day’s work. Now, I’m off to get my roots touched up.