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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)|
Very cheaply made
Ragoddard_27 - 22 days ago
The blade is made from cheap plastic that goes blunt very quickly and the product becomes useless.
Only positive about the product is its cheap and easy to use but i would much rather more heavy duty tool
Not up to the task!
DIYguy2021 - 25 days ago
Good for the first few minutes but then becomes blunt and no longer up to the task. Better with Stanley knife & razor blade.
Way better than I thought
VCBpodcast - 1 month ago
I bought this on a whim as its cheap. My thought was "it'll probably break instantly, but its cheap so let's give it a go".
Very surprised, it did 80% of the removal job in 2 mins.
For the job it did in, and the cost of the tool, its one of the best specialist tools I've ever used!
It has its uses
Louis82 - 2 months ago
This does have its uses, I scraped most of the Sealent off with a knife then put Sealent remover past on it. Then I used this tool to scrape up all the mush, it worked a treat and would of been super difficult to get the same result with a knife.
Foosileer - 5 months ago
Bought this 29.09.20, doesn’t remove silicone a plastic blade reverted to my Stanley knife blade.