After removing your old, peeling caulk line, it's time to lay a brand new line of caulk into the gap left around your tub where it meets the wall or tub surround. This step-by-step tutorial shows you how to properly go about your next bathtub caulking project in order to ensure a watertight seal and pristine white finish. http://www.ehow.com/how_4796262_replace-bathtub-caulk.html?utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_medium=referral&utm_content=freestyle&utm_campaign=fanpage
How to Caulk a Bathtub - ..... a must read before you re-caulk your tub! This was super handy and really helpful, especially filling the tub with water and taping. I'm not super-handy and it even worked for me. Grade - A
Toilet and Sink Sealing Tape Wide by Miles Kimball by Miles Kimball. $4.99. This special tape works like bathroom caulk, but faster, easier, and without the mess. Just press the self-stick flexible vinyl tape around the base of your toilet, tub, or sink. Protects for years. White vinyl. Narrow: 6'L x 1/2"W. Wide: 11'L x 7/8"W.