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Diall Sealant Smoothing tool
Handy tool for the removal of cured acrylic and silicone sealant residue/for breaking down cured sealant for easy removal.
Features and benefits
This sealant remover is perfect to remove hardened silicones and modified silicon polymers.
- Quick and simple to use
- Works on any standard household sealants, silicone, fillers and grout
- Useful cutter for the perfect degree on sealant tubes
- Safe for use on ceramic tiles and stainless steel sinks
- Please ensure the tool is clean after use
- WARNING: while using this product, always wear goggles & masks
Health and safety
Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.
|Material||Acrylonitrile butadiene styrene (ABS)|
Foosileer - 30 days ago
Bought this 29.09.20, doesn’t remove silicone a plastic blade reverted to my Stanley knife blade.
I thought it did a good job
187469 - 1 month ago
Lots of negative reviews but for when I used it to scrape old mastic from a bath, I found the larger end of the scraper to be quite effective, drag it towards you. Yes, not the most robust tool but still study enough. With regards the sealant smoothing tool, once again I achieved a very good finish after a little bit of practice. And I'm a standard DIY-er.
A waste of time.
Yorkshire 2 - 3 months ago
Should have read the review first maybe ok for smoothing. But not for getting the sealant off so once I get the old sealant off, I might find a use for it.
This tool needs a guard on the blade!
Dunc000 - 4 months ago
I bought this as I have used similar before. Whilst trying to remove stubborn silicone I accidentally put my small finger into the hole with the blade and took the top off my finger. A simple detachable guard would be easy to make and prevent a painful mishap. I hate to think of a child getting hold of it!
C and G - 5 months ago
Bought this as the property I've just moved into has some pretty bad sealant around the windows. Whilst some just pulled off, other bits were harder so wanted to try this. It didn't work at all and ended up just using a knife from my kitchen. Then when applying the new sealant, the other tool didn't work so ended up using my fingers to get a better (not great, but better) finish than this tool.
Don't waste your money on this, absolutely pointless.