3. Use it to repair cracks in your roof
And while you’re up fixing the cracks in your gutter, why don’t you go ahead and seal up those cracks in your roof? Again, be sure to use the waterproof, outdoor-grade butyl rubber caulk for this project!
4. Use it to rescue your wallpaper
Installing wallpaper can be very tricky business, especially when it comes to laying your edges. If you’re finding that yours are curling up, add a couple of very small dabs of adhesive caulk to the underside of the paper. This also works well on old wallpaper that has started that much-dreaded “peeling process.”