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The best thing to do is to remove all calking before applying new. You must also have a clean, dry surface to apply the new calk. I would recommend scraping the old off completely and applying rubbing alcohol throughly. Then, allow it to dry completely before re-applying new calking. This will guarantee a good bond and no more leaks!
Posted on Mar 17, 2011
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