Whether you’ve just bought a new bath or you’ve noticed that the silicone seal around your current one is looking discoloured or starting to come loose, it’s time to seal – or reseal – your bath.
Sealing your bath where it meets the wall helps to keep your tub waterproof. Without bath sealant, water can leak down the side and underneath your bath tub, which can lead to rotting and a build-up of mould. Resealing your bath is also a simple way to refresh your bathroom and give it a new lease of life.
Read on for a step-by-step guide to sealing and resealing a bath – it's fairly straightforward when you know how.