Noun(1) a waterproof filler and sealant that is used in building and repair to make watertight
Verb(1) seal with caulking
(1) They will eat almost anything, including caulk and adhesives, but they particularly like greasy materials.(2) caulk all cracks between the trim and siding or masonry(3) Seal this joint with acrylic latex exterior caulk and check it every year.(4) Seal the finishing material well with tile grout, and caulk all the joints to prevent water damage.(5) Seal the base of the toilet bowl with plumber's putty or silicone caulk .(6) Applying and maintaining silicone caulk around window and door openings also plays a vital role in keeping moisture out.(7) The caulk and caulking gun that my mom bought me five years ago have finally come in handy.(8) And just as caulk is the first and best way to conserve heat, stopping leaks and drips is the first way to save water.(9) If small holes are found, you can repair them with caulk or polyethylene or foil tape.(10) Apply the caulk to the tub edges and smooth it with your finger.(11) Eventually, the museum will caulk and paint Surprise to make her seaworthy.(12) Next, drive a screw into the nozzle end of the hardened caulk and use the screw to pull the hardened caulk out of the nozzle.(13) Even if you think the crack is too small, caulk it anyway.(14) If the seal has failed, carefully scrape out the old caulk and loose paint.(15) Seal joints between the wall and your new tub with silicone caulk as protection against water seepage.(16) Let's face it, if you want to get those energy bills down this winter, you may need to do more than just caulk and weather strip.
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