I should have warned our sink about Cody. Cody has crazy amounts of facial hair and has to shave on a regular basis for work. Cody just happens to be missing the gene that causes him to wipe his whiskers out of the sink. Bummer really, because it leads me to scrub the living daylights out of the poor sink, whatever caulk it had and frankly the sink and I don’t have a very healthy relationship.
So after a crazy session of husbandly shaving I cleaned the sink. Well, after I solved one other little problem.
If there were such a thing as sink therapy my sink would be sending me the bill.
So after unclogging and scrubbing I patted myself for a job well done and planned on watching a little TV.
The sink had other ideas.
OH REALLY? And what do you expect me to do about it?
CAULK YOU? Seriously? With the gun and the time and the 24 hour period and the money and the waste and I DON’T CAULK.
Okay. I see your point. So maybe a little caulk wouldn’t hurt. I just wish there were an easier way to do it.
“Excuse me ma’am?”
I am a GE Caulk Single and I am here to save the day for less than two dollars! (available at Lowe’s, ACE Hardware and True Value, just sayin’)
Okay sink, maybe you win this time. I’ll start scraping.
(Insert heavy caulking session here.)
Well say! That was pretty easy.
HEY! I’ve never caulked before. I think I did a decent job. Now quit with the nitpicking and tell me how you really feel.
That’s right you do. And you look better too. Now say thank you to Mr. Caulk Single.
So there you have it. GE Caulk Singles saves the sink. (And gets me a sweet entry into BlogHer’s Spruce Up Your Space Contest for wha? A $1000 gift card. That’s right. HURRY THERE’S STILL TIME TO ENTER!)
Now if they could only make sinks whisker proof. *sigh*