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Something was very wrong with your original silicone caulk install--

I recommend silicone again--however ,this time make sure the surfaces are super clean and DRY--

Done properly silicone caulk is darn near impossible to remove with out a razor blade.

First razor off all old silicone---then scrub the area clean of any oils or soap scum---then wipe again with alcohol----

Wait for the cracks and crevices to completely dry----compressed air will speed things up anlong with a hair dryer----NOT ONE DROP OF WATER must remain---

Next--buy a caulking gun and a tube of high quality silicone caulk----silicone goes bad if stored to long,so don't use old stuff----

If you want,I''ll tell you how to install it cleanly ----
 
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