How to Caulk Around a Bathtub | Ask This Old House



Ask This Old House general contractor Tom Silva demonstrates the correct materials and techniques required for re-caulking a bathtub.

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To remove any existing caulking, Tom advises to use whichever tool is the most comfortable that has a flat enough blade to get behind the caulking without scratching it. These types of scrapers and blades can be found at home centers.

For caulking around a bathtub, Tom recommends using anything that is 100% silicone. In the segment, he used 100% Silicone Sealant in White, which is manufactured by Gorilla Glue (https://amzn.to/2WhRFK5).

Cost: $50
Time: 2-3 hours
Skill Level: Beginner

Tools List for Caulking a Bathtub:
Razor blade [https://amzn.to/2WcvjJT]
Corner grooving tool [https://amzn.to/2J5KssI]
Painter’s tape [https://amzn.to/2GMJ4IS]
Caulking gun [https://amzn.to/2Y0q1l0]

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Steps:
1. Start by closing the pop-up drain in the tub and covering the entire tub with a drop cloth to protect it from scratches, residue, etc.
2. Take the razor blade and carefully pry the old caulking off the tub. Keep the angle of the blade as low as possible and watch the caulking to see if it’s being cut. If any of the caulking is left over on the tub, the new caulking won’t stick.
3. Repeat this process on the other side of the caulking where it meets the tile.
4. Once the caulking has been cut, pull it away from the tub and tile. Use the razor blade as a guide wherever the caulking is still stuck.
5. Repeat this process in the corners of shower stall. A corner grooving tool might work better than the razor blade here.
6. Add some rubbing alcohol to a rag and clean off the surfaces where the old caulking used to be. Have a fan running or open the window to keep the room well ventilated while using the rubbing alcohol.
7. Add painter’s tape about _” from the corners where the caulking will go on both the wall side and the tub side.
8. Cut the tip of the caulking and place it in the gun.
9. Apply the caulking in between the painter’s tape lines. Keep the gun perpendicular to the surface being caulked and keep moving. Keep hitting the trigger as you go along to ensure a steady amount of caulking is coming out.
10. Once you reach a corner, trace back over the caulking lines with your finger.
11. Repeat this process for all the corners that need to be caulked.
12. Remove all the painter’s tape while the caulking is still wet.
13. Let the caulking dry for 30 minutes before using the shower again. After that, the caulking will need 24 hours to cure, so don’t touch the caulking until then.

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SNOW!!! & Leaving Illinois for Kentucky/Indiana In Search of Something Retro



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My name is Eric and I travel with my cat, “Jax” in a 2012 Coachmen Mirada 32BH Class A Motorhome on a Ford Super Duty truck chassis. (V10 Triton) We travel about 35 miles a day chasing 70 degrees year-round since 2010. I travel with a 2009 Honda CMX 250 on the back of my RV on a Titan Ramp 600lb carrier. Bike goes 78mph and gets 70mpg. Here is my gear & some popular questions answered:

Gear: (UPDATED 2019)*
*Video: Panasonic Lumix G95
*Main Vlog Lens: 12-60mm Kit lens (100% manual focus)
*Stabilizer: Zhiyun Crane 2 (For B-Roll)
*Audio: (On Camera) Rode VideoMic Pro+ With Rycote VMP+ Deadcat
*GoPro 7 Black for water/action shots & Timewarps, Timelapses, & Starlapses
*GoPro Hero 6 Silver with Purple Panda Lavalier Lapel mic for Driving Narration
*GoPro Hero 4 Black for driving shots out the front window.
Time Lapses: 2 second intervals. Sped up 1200x, cropped 4K down to 1080 for panning
Night Lapses: Manual settings: 800 ISO, 30 second Shutter, 3000K WB, Protune On
Slow Motion: Shot 1080p 240fps. Reduced to 8% in Post Production
Additional Audio: Sony ICD-PX333
Editing Laptop: 2019 16” MacBook Pro 2.4GHz 8-Core i9 ~ 64GB Ram ~ 2TB SSD
Editing Software: Adobe Premiere Pro CC
Editing Encoder: Adobe Encoder – Presets: MP4 VBR H.264 16mbps
Aerial Drone Shots: DJI Mavic Air Shot in 2.7K Downscaled to 1080p
RV MPG: 7-8mpg depending on generator use.
Solar: 1280 Watts (320×4) Rec N-Peak Monocrystalline 120 cell panels on roof.
Charge Controller: Victron MPPT 150/85-TR
Inverter/Charger: Victron 3000 watt MultiPlus
Batteries: Battle Born Lithium 100ah x 5 = 500 amp hours.
Mobile Wifi: AT&T Unlimited Business Plan & Verizon Unlimited Cell Personal Line
Music: www.youtube.com/audiolibrary & www.epdiemicsound.com
Jax is a MaineCoon/Ragdoll Tabby mix. Born April 21st 2010.
Tennessee Hayride by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
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How to Tune Up a Compound-Miter Saw | Tool Lab | This Old House



Miter saws, especially the dual-bevel slide-style ones that are common now, are complex machines that don’t stay true forever.

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We expect them to be perfect out of the box, but at the end of the day, they show up on our doorsteps after a long journey — boxes worn, dinged, and bruised. Learn how to use, tune-up, and maintain your miter saw for years to come.

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Daytona Nascar Duels ~ Racing Under The Lights



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My name is Eric and I travel with my cat, “Jax” in a 2012 Coachmen Mirada 32BH Class A Motorhome on a Ford Super Duty truck chassis. (V10 Triton) We travel about 35 miles a day chasing 70 degrees year-round since 2010. I travel with a 2009 Honda CMX 250 on the back of my RV on a Titan Ramp 600lb carrier. Bike goes 78mph and gets 70mpg. Here is my gear & some popular questions answered:

Gear: (UPDATED 2019)*
*Video: Panasonic Lumix G95
*Main Vlog Lens: 12-60mm Kit lens (100% manual focus)
*Stabilizer: Zhiyun Crane 2 (For B-Roll)
*Audio: (On Camera) Rode VideoMic Pro+ With Rycote VMP+ Deadcat
*GoPro 7 Black for water/action shots & Timewarps, Timelapses, & Starlapses
*GoPro Hero 6 Silver with Purple Panda Lavalier Lapel mic for Driving Narration
*GoPro Hero 4 Black for driving shots out the front window.
Time Lapses: 2 second intervals. Sped up 1200x, cropped 4K down to 1080 for panning
Night Lapses: Manual settings: 800 ISO, 30 second Shutter, 3000K WB, Protune On
Slow Motion: Shot 1080p 240fps. Reduced to 8% in Post Production
Additional Audio: Sony ICD-PX333
Editing Laptop: 2019 16” MacBook Pro 2.4GHz 8-Core i9 ~ 64GB Ram ~ 2TB SSD
Editing Software: Adobe Premiere Pro CC
Editing Encoder: Adobe Encoder – Presets: MP4 VBR H.264 16mbps
Aerial Drone Shots: DJI Mavic Air Shot in 2.7K Downscaled to 1080p
RV MPG: 7-8mpg depending on generator use.
Solar: 1280 Watts (320×4) Rec N-Peak Monocrystalline 120 cell panels on roof.
Charge Controller: Victron MPPT 150/85-TR
Inverter/Charger: Victron 3000 watt MultiPlus
Batteries: Battle Born Lithium 100ah x 5 = 500 amp hours.
Mobile Wifi: AT&T Unlimited Business Plan & Verizon Unlimited Cell Personal Line
Music: www.youtube.com/audiolibrary & www.epdiemicsound.com
Jax is a MaineCoon/Ragdoll Tabby mix. Born April 21st 2010.
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How to Install Precast Concrete Steps | Ask This Old House



In this video, mason Mark McCullough helps a homeowner remove his crumbling stone steps. Then, he tours a factory to learn how precast concrete steps are made and helps install a set at the homeowner’s house.

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The front steps appear to be original to the 1940s house and they haven’t aged well. This Old House Mason Mark McCullough demolishes the original and installs a base for the new steps. Then, he takes a tour of the facility where the precast concrete steps are made.

Time: 2 days
Cost: $2,000 and up
Skill Level: Moderate to prep and Professional to make and install steps

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Shovel [https://amzn.to/2MoCmzG]
Hand tamper [https://amzn.to/36EpOLm]
Wire twister [https://amzn.to/36EMzhY]
Finishing trowel [https://amzn.to/3rp1y7X]

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4 pieces of 2×4” [http://thd.co/3pPIhMr]
Steel ties [https://amzn.to/3cHSCpZ]
Rerod [https://amzn.to/3cK7XXj]
High strength concrete mix [https://amzn.to/2MuhxTa]

Where to find it?
Mark toured the facility of and then installed precast concrete steps with a stone veneer from Shea Concrete (https://sheaconcrete.com/). Steps can be ordered to size and with a desired finish (if any), and they are delivered directly to site.

Before the steps can be delivered, the old steps needed to be removed and a new concrete base needed to be poured. The jackhammer used to remove the steps can be rented from any home center, and the other materials used for the job, including the concrete mixes, wheelbarrows, trowels, and shovels can all be found at home centers as well.

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From the makers of This Old House, America’s first and most trusted home improvement show, Ask This Old House answers the steady stream of home improvement questions asked by viewers across the United States. Covering topics from landscaping to electrical to HVAC and plumbing to painting and more. Ask This Old House features the experts from This Old House, including general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, landscape contractor Jenn Nawada, master carpenter Norm Abram, and host Kevin O’Connor. Ask This Old House helps you protect and preserve your greatest investment—your home.

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50 Amp Hookups @ Basecamp, Driveway Extended & ARCADE REVEAL



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My name is Eric and I travel with my cat, “Jax” in a 2012 Coachmen Mirada 32BH Class A Motorhome on a Ford Super Duty truck chassis. (V10 Triton) We travel about 35 miles a day chasing 70 degrees year-round since 2010. I travel with a 2009 Honda CMX 250 on the back of my RV on a Titan Ramp 600lb carrier. Bike goes 78mph and gets 70mpg. Here is my gear & some popular questions answered:

Gear: (UPDATED 2019)*
*Video: Panasonic Lumix G95
*Main Vlog Lens: 12-60mm Kit lens (100% manual focus)
*Stabilizer: Zhiyun Crane 2 (For B-Roll)
*Audio: (On Camera) Rode VideoMic Pro+ With Rycote VMP+ Deadcat
*GoPro 7 Black for water/action shots & Timewarps, Timelapses, & Starlapses
*GoPro Hero 6 Silver with Purple Panda Lavalier Lapel mic for Driving Narration
*GoPro Hero 4 Black for driving shots out the front window.
Time Lapses: 2 second intervals. Sped up 1200x, cropped 4K down to 1080 for panning
Night Lapses: Manual settings: 800 ISO, 30 second Shutter, 3000K WB, Protune On
Slow Motion: Shot 1080p 240fps. Reduced to 8% in Post Production
Additional Audio: Sony ICD-PX333
Editing Laptop: 2019 16” MacBook Pro 2.4GHz 8-Core i9 ~ 64GB Ram ~ 2TB SSD
Editing Software: Adobe Premiere Pro CC
Editing Encoder: Adobe Encoder – Presets: MP4 VBR H.264 16mbps
Aerial Drone Shots: DJI Mavic Air Shot in 2.7K Downscaled to 1080p
RV MPG: 7-8mpg depending on generator use.
Solar: 1280 Watts (320×4) Rec N-Peak Monocrystalline 120 cell panels on roof.
Charge Controller: Victron MPPT 150/85-TR
Inverter/Charger: Victron 3000 watt MultiPlus
Batteries: Battle Born Lithium 100ah x 5 = 500 amp hours.
Mobile Wifi: AT&T Unlimited Business Plan & Verizon Unlimited Cell Personal Line
Music: www.youtube.com/audiolibrary & www.epdiemicsound.com
Jax is a MaineCoon/Ragdoll Tabby mix. Born April 21st 2010.
Tennessee Hayride by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
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How to Duct and Zone an HVAC System | This Old House



Kevin O’Connor meets Richard Trethewey in the Belmont Victorian basement to discuss the HVAC plan.

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Kevin O’Connor meets Richard Trethewey in the Belmont Victorian basement and learns about the plan to keep the existing boiler but add air handlers and a condenser for air conditioning.

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Home Alone ~ 30 Years Later… We Revisit Filming Locations



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My name is Eric and I travel with my cat, “Jax” in a 2012 Coachmen Mirada 32BH Class A Motorhome on a Ford Super Duty truck chassis. (V10 Triton) We travel about 35 miles a day chasing 70 degrees year-round since 2010. I travel with a 2009 Honda CMX 250 on the back of my RV on a Titan Ramp 600lb carrier. Bike goes 78mph and gets 70mpg. Here is my gear & some popular questions answered:

Gear: (UPDATED 2019)*
*Video: Panasonic Lumix G95
*Main Vlog Lens: 12-60mm Kit lens (100% manual focus)
*Stabilizer: Zhiyun Crane 2 (For B-Roll)
*Audio: (On Camera) Rode VideoMic Pro+ With Rycote VMP+ Deadcat
*GoPro 7 Black for water/action shots & Timewarps, Timelapses, & Starlapses
*GoPro Hero 6 Silver with Purple Panda Lavalier Lapel mic for Driving Narration
*GoPro Hero 4 Black for driving shots out the front window.
Time Lapses: 2 second intervals. Sped up 1200x, cropped 4K down to 1080 for panning
Night Lapses: Manual settings: 800 ISO, 30 second Shutter, 3000K WB, Protune On
Slow Motion: Shot 1080p 240fps. Reduced to 8% in Post Production
Additional Audio: Sony ICD-PX333
Editing Laptop: 2019 16” MacBook Pro 2.4GHz 8-Core i9 ~ 64GB Ram ~ 2TB SSD
Editing Software: Adobe Premiere Pro CC
Editing Encoder: Adobe Encoder – Presets: MP4 VBR H.264 16mbps
Aerial Drone Shots: DJI Mavic Air Shot in 2.7K Downscaled to 1080p
RV MPG: 7-8mpg depending on generator use.
Solar: 1280 Watts (320×4) Rec N-Peak Monocrystalline 120 cell panels on roof.
Charge Controller: Victron MPPT 150/85-TR
Inverter/Charger: Victron 3000 watt MultiPlus
Batteries: Battle Born Lithium 100ah x 5 = 500 amp hours.
Mobile Wifi: AT&T Unlimited Business Plan & Verizon Unlimited Cell Personal Line
Music: www.youtube.com/audiolibrary & www.epdiemicsound.com
Jax is a MaineCoon/Ragdoll Tabby mix. Born April 21st 2010.
Tennessee Hayride by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
Artist: http://audionautix.com/

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How a Ready Mix Concrete Truck Works | This Old House



Tom Silva pours a concrete “rat slab” for the new Belmont Victorian mudroom.

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Kevin O’Connor finds Tom Silva pouring a concrete “rat slab,” which will protect the Belmont Victorian mudroom against moisture and critters.

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About This Old House TV:
This Old House is America’s first and most trusted home improvement show. Each season, we renovate two different historic homes—one step at a time—featuring quality craftsmanship and the latest in modern technology. We demystify home improvement and provide ideas and information so, whether you are doing it yourself or hiring out contractors, you’ll know the right way to do things or the questions to ask. Our experts including general contractor Tom Silva, plumbing and heating expert Richard Trethewey, landscape contractor Jenn Nawada, master carpenter Norm Abram, and host Kevin O’Connor give you the tools you need to protect and preserve your greatest investment—your home.

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House of Miracles Live – Album Release Show



For Brandon Lake, “House of Miracles (Live)” is much more than a song, it’s the prayer of his life. His prayer is that every home in the world would become a house of miracles. Every heart is a hosting place of the Spirit of God, intricately designed to experience miracles. The songs were written to be conduits of hope for every person who listens.

For Brandon Lake, “House of Miracles (Live)” is much more than an album, it’s the prayer of his life. His prayer is that every home in the world would become a house of miracles. Every heart is a hosting place of the Spirit of God, intricately designed to experience miracles. The songs were written to be conduits of hope for every person who listens. Compiled of some of the best songs from the studio album as well as some new ones, the live album also features many special guests.
Brandon Lake is a songwriter and worship leader with the Bethel Music Collective and a worship pastor at Seacoast Church in South Carolina. Brandon is known for his song “This Is A Move,” written with Tasha Cobbs — a song that won a 2019 GMA Dove Award for “Gospel Worship Recorded Song of the Year,” and was also nominated for a 2020 Grammy Award. Brandon Lake’s single “We Praise You” is featured on Bethel Music’s Revival In The Air album, co-written with Brian Johnson and Phil Wickham as a bold declaration that the power of praise changes everything.

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