Large caulk beads end up drippy, uneven, and usually require a lot of tedious smoothing and cleanup. One of the simplest ways to prepare for a professional caulking job is to focus on laying out a small bead. The best way to achieve this is, using your utility knife,  to cut an opening in the tip of your caulk cartridge no larger than the beading size you desire for your project.

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