It’s not uncommon, even for professionals to have to caulk some joints in the trim they’ve installed. (Tho in some parts of the country, this job is left up to the painters …)
Any way, whoever ends up doing it would be well advised to use a damp cloath or sponge to wipe the excess off right away instead of relying on just wiping it with your fingers.
You’ll be able to get a much smoother finish and can “blend” the caulk better into the surrounding areas.
What would you have done? Enter your comments below!