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There's a Better Way: Precision Caulking

Next time you need to fill small holes in synthetic trim, keep your clunky caulk gun in its holster

Length: 1:16
Produced By: John Ross

If you're trying to use a clumsy caulk gun to fill nail holes in synthetic trim material, such as Azek, there's a better way. Keep your gun in its holster and pull out an epoxy syringe instead.

Chuck Miller demonstrates this quick tip sent in by David Jones of Portage, Mich. 

Video by: John Ross

From Fine Homebuilding 202
February 24, 2009