Filling small gaps on interior walls
My wife and I are painting the interior of our '69 Overlander. The interior is white and we noticed, even before painting, that there are several small gaps between the metal molding of the walls and the interior skins.
My question is - does anyone recommend a white, flexible product we might put a bead of in these areas to finish the look of the walls?
I've researched quite a bit and Parbond in white is discontinued. If we don't have to paint over a bunch of gray colored sealant, I think that would be ideal.
Anyway - would just a standard latex caulk work or does this need to be something specific? I'd prefer to use a product that will stand the test of time as we travel full-time in this trailer.
Thanks in advance for any guidance!