I am installing the new porcelain sink in the bathroom, but the gap between the sink and wall (tiled, not quite straight) is really wide, about 1/8'' at the corners, and in the middle ~> 1/4''. I tried to apply really thick bead of latex caulk, but it was falling through.
I managed to fill the gap with grout. Now I am going to apply caulk between the wall and the grout. Should I try to have all grout covered by caulk to seal better? What would be the best way to make this wide bead and make it not look too ugly? I am using latex caulk.Any good tool to lay it nicely?