Corner tub surround

lpaltaSeptember 1, 2014

How or what can I do for getting around curved corners of my bathtub with caulking strips? The only instructions I can find are for square 90 degree corners. The strip is a rigid plastic and I can't get it to lay flat against the wall and the bathtub around these curves. Is there a product I can buy that is more flexible?

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