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Project Advice and How-To's.

From bathrooms to kitchens, to exteriors and trim, we have the GE-branded silicone products - and the knowledge - to help you do the job right. Choose a project from the list below for easy-to-follow steps to complete various caulking projects around the home.

Advice from the DIY Experts.

These DIY bloggers have partnered with GE Caulk to bring you these posts and have been compensated for their advice and honest opinions.

We’re proud to partner with these popular DIY bloggers to bring you sealing ideas, tips and step-by-step instructions – all designed to help you nail that next caulking project!

How to Weatherize Your Home

Timothy Dahl of Charles & Hudson shows you how to keep your home comfortable and save money on energy bills by weatherizing your windows.




Caulk Tools and How to Load a Caulk Gun

Brittany Bailey of Pretty Handy Girl offers a list of materials you might want to have handy before starting a caulking project, and shows you step by step how to properly load a caulk gun.




How to Remove Caulk

Brittany Bailey of Pretty Handy Girl shows you how easy it is to remove old caulk and replace it with silicone caulk for an attractive, long-lasting finish.




How to Caulk before Painting for a Finished Look

Courtenay Hartford of The Creek Line House shares her secret to a beautiful-looking finish: seal with paintable silicone caulk before you paint, not after.




How to Install Window and Door Trim

Courtenay Hartford of The Creek Line House shows you how to easily and affordably transform a room by installing window and door trim.


Featured DIY Expert
Are drafty windows stealing comfort from your home and energy savings from your pocket? DIY expert Timothy from Charles & Hudson will show you how easy it is to weatherize windows with GE-branded silicone caulk.

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Frequently Asked Questions
Don't Waste Time and Energy

Not all caulk is the same. Because silicone is permanently waterproof, flexible, and shrink-/crack-proof, unlike most non-silicone caulks, it won't leave gaps or cracks for air and water to seep through over time. Those leaks can lead to water damage, mold growth, and higher energy bills—all of which can translate into your lost time (when you have to do the job again), lost energy, and lost money.

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