Although some caulks are paintable once they've been applied, a product like ExactColor takes it to the next level.
You can mix normal latex paint in your choice of color into the ExactColor cartridge to integrate the color into the caulk.
sealant, then make sure it has "non-yellowing" properties to main- tain the look of the bead. And, as the old saying goes, "you get what you pay for." Cheaper caulks are less expensive because they're formulated with inferior ingredients that don't offer the properties that will keep the caulk performing well and looking good over time. So if you skimp on the cheap stuff, you'll soon be reapplying the product or else liv- ing with some ugly joints around your house—neither of which you had in mind when applying the caulk in the first place.
PRO TIPS FOR CAULK
APPLICATION Surface Prep. To remove a grungy bead of silicone for replacement, cut through each