I had to recaulk my bathtub because our contractor's a loser. We had mold/mildew, etc. I stripped out the old caulking, washed the tub and crevices with bleach water to kill off the mold and mildew, dried it, and caulked it. After 24 hours, there are some air bubbles and a few (very VERY tiny) cracks. I don't want any moisture to get in there and mold again. SOOO...do I have to strip out the new caulking, clean it all again, and recaulk AGAIN, or can I put another strip of caulking on top of the recent caulking since it's been less than 48 hours?Answer Question
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