We installed a small (36") three-piece fiberglass shower stall about 25
years ago. The unit has a base and two wall pieces that join at in the
middle of the back wall. We use it daily and plan to replace it with
something nice some time down the road, but it isn't in the budget right
The problem is the caulk in the joints regularly become moldy. All the
regular methods of cleaning only lasts a short time and the mold returns. I
think my best attack would be to remove and replace the old dried out caulk.
Problem is how to get the old hard caulk out without major damage to the
fiberglass. The joints are pretty small, 1/8 inch or less, so there is not
much work room.
Before I go at it with my utility knife, I thought I'd see if anyone had any