DiY - The GapWhen I bent over to spit toothpaste into the bathroom sink a few mornings ago, I noticed a gap between the backboard and the wall. Asked my brother if anything I can do and he suggested expanding foam. I never heard of it so I watched a million videos on how to use it with none addressing my particular situation.
I have now attempted that foam, waited 24 hours then tried to remove the expansion over the rim. What a fricking mess I've made. Itty bitty little critters were getting in with the gap. Many very tiny bugs that jumped like fleas but much tinier than a flea. Well I've stopped them from coming in but I can't walk in my bathroom without wanting to throw up at how awful I have made it look. Today I am going to attempt to putty it to get a smooth surface. I'm really not sure if I should use putty or caulk. I'm very tempted to just put masking tape on it and call it a fricken job NOT well done, but done never-the-less.