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Old 02-01-2010, 07:52 PM   #1
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I re-caulked the bathroom vanity splash-board and it turned out good. I then re-stained and polyurethaned the splash-board. I now realize I did it in the wrong order since the polyurethane pooled onto the caulk. The caulk now has a dirty look to it from having polyurethane on it. Is there any way I can get the poly off without damaging the caulking?

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I re-caulked the bathroom vanity splash-board and it turned out good. I then re-stained and polyurethaned the splash-board. I now realize I did it in the wrong order since the polyurethane pooled onto the caulk. The caulk now has a dirty look to it from having polyurethane on it. Is there any way I can get the poly off without damaging the caulking?
Best to just cut off the caulk. There's nothing you can do to the poly without doing it to the stain.
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Yup! Start over - unfortunately.
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