The use of caulk on a staircase provides a seal between the staircase and the wall and any gaps that may occur between the boards or joints of a hardwood staircase. The gaps are a dirt catcher and may be visually displeasing. The caulking process is fairly easy and requires the use of a water-based silicone caulk (acrylic silicone/acrylic sealant/silicone/sealant/adhesive/potting sealant/potting adhesive/potting compound/UV glue/flange sealant/conductive sealant/electrical sealant/electronic adhesive/epoxy sealant/epoxy adhesive) . It may be advantageous to use a silicone caulk that may be painted when caulking between the edge of the stairs and the wall but is not necessary.
Things You Will Need
Silicone caulk (acrylic silicone/acrylic sealant/silicone/sealant/adhesive/potting sealant/potting adhesive/potting compound/UV glue/flange sealant/conductive sealant/electrical sealant/electronic adhesive/epoxy sealant/epoxy adhesive)
Damp cloth or sponge
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