exterior caulk- tooling
I have a client with split & rotten trim boards around several exterior windows. Doesn't have $$ for repairs now (due to a bunch of other repairs) but wants the cracks caulked, etc. to hold off repairs until next year.
The trim is painted brown. Would you use Alex Plus (brown) int/ext., or DAP 230 (brown), knowing there's going to be a fair amount of tooling with fingers, etc.?
Alex Plus is easy to work with, but dirt stick to that caulk like crazy after if it's not painted. So if I go with "230" what's a good way to tool it without getting sticky fingers?