HOW TO CAULK BASEBOARDS

STOP MAKING A MESS!! Your caulking job will make or break your trim install! Here are some great tips to get super crisp lines on your trim work.

Comments

klassick says:

i hit the like button soley for the clarification of how to correctly pronounce “caulk.”

Matthew Ellis says:

this should be required training video for apprentices across the land

NIck Lively says:

Never use caulk to fill big holes that sink when it drys and still be noticeable fill holes and nails holes with 5 min wet cloth sand boom no sinking

Daemiex says:

is this video for real, this stuffs the easiest material to work with out there i really dont see why it needs a video, its like silicone for retards

Chris M says:

Why is this even necessary inside

Ant Pel says:

Is it me or does the window frame look higher on one side? Great vid tho

bling bling says:

What’s up with the non mitred corners? Thought that was a no no

Or0s says:

Now go skate!

Mog Wi says:

I enjoy caulking slits.

Robert Helmick says:

The thumbnail pic alone tells me this is all wrong.

B Stevermer says:

Good video .

hjalmarthomsen says:

ty my friend, just subbed

bill fronk says:

sorry but did he say its Cock ?

Pj Misley says:

A really great trick is to use s hand masker with 9 ” paper and a high adhesion tape and pull off a section and stick it to your stomach like an apron. You can wipe excess caulk onto it. Once it fills up just crumple it up and pull off a new section. Works really well when using lots of caulk on exteriors

tjbalistic says:

How do you fill in the miters on the outside corners of the base molding?

Duke Makedo says:

Solid advice delivered at a good pace.

TheGuruStud says:

You don’t caulk it. Next.

Shawn R says:

Good job on the descriptions.

I do have a question. If this is a remodel why does the wood in the window look like it is rotted?

seriously? really? says:

Your videos are so helpful! Thanks! I can see what I’m doing wrong in covering screws, filling wider gaps and the pressure and angle changes in toweling on mud to feather with the least amount of blistering and follow up sanding. I just have a small repairs from time to time and mudding is the skill you pay a professional for; yet small repairs are the calls you’ll least likely get a guy to come out to do so I’m glad to learn it.

Eugenio Franklin says:

I’d stay away from Alex caulk or even the Alex II.
Dynaflex 230 never cracks and it’s very nice to work with, unlike phenoseal.

OzoneEditions says:

Great video with good information. Thanks.

Z_Cash says:

Greetings from the States! I just started to get the itch of remodeling the home I purchased last year. Though I haven’t done much of what you have taught I’ve learned a lot so far. Thank you for sharing your knowledge with the world. Great sense of humor to boot.

Bryan Bohn says:

I envy the fact that you have smooth drywall. The house I bought has orange peel textured wall, so I have to ask – how you keep clean caulk lines when dealing with textures? I’m also curious – do you use the same caulk for a bead between floor and molding, on a tiled floor install?

Melissa says:

Great video!

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