Credit cost – 2 Credits
Add-on cost – $17.00
Why we do this:
There are several signs that indicate it’s time to replace the caulk around your toilet.
Firstly, if you notice any cracks or gaps in the caulk, it’s a clear indication that it needs to be replaced. Cracked or deteriorated caulk can allow water to seep beneath the toilet, leading to potential water damage and even mold growth.
Additionally, if you observe any discoloration or staining around the base of the toilet, it may indicate a caulk failure or water leakage.
Another sign is a foul odor emanating from the area around the toilet. This could be a result of water seepage or bacteria buildup due to damaged or worn-out caulk.
Lastly, if you find that the caulk is peeling or pulling away from the toilet or the floor, it’s a strong indicator that it needs replacement.
Properly sealing the base of the toilet with fresh caulk not only prevents water damage and mold growth but also helps maintain a clean and sanitary bathroom environment.