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Old 06-04-2019, 11:18 AM   #31
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silicon caulk on silicone caulk ?

I recently applied silicone caulk to our surround decking for a corner jacuzzi tub (between the tiled wall & decking). However, it's a little bit lighter than the grout and I found on-line the color caulk I should have used ! Can I just apply this over the other caulk since it was only put on about a week ago ?
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Old 06-04-2019, 11:49 PM   #32
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When using 4 or 6 mill poly behind CBU with no water coating , is the poly stapled to the studs? Do the staple holes cause an issue or Staples rusting away or is it such a small amount of condensate the Staples are not an issue?
I think caulk of similar type will stick to fresh clean, oil free, soap free caulk. But not silicone.
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Hi, Kraul. Yeah, silicone will not stick to cured silicone. A lot of silicone only needs 24 hours to cure. If you want a new color, you can remove the existing through a combination of a relatively sharp plastic scraper, mineral spirits, a non-woven scrubby pad (NON SCRATCHING!), and a lot of patience. The mineral spirits works...but it’s not a fast process.

Teddy, it’s a non-issue. Yes, there is some moisture that does cause some staples to very slowly rust. But it’s not enough to cause a wood rot problem to the studs.

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