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UniBond All purpose Sealant remover 80ml
Sealant remover;Removing silicone sealant
Features and Benefits
A ready to use, thick gel which breaks down cured sealant for easy removal. It works quickly and effectively to remove old or unwanted sealant from ceramic tiles, most plastics, glass and painted surfaces
Health and Safety
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|Litre capacity (ml)||80ml|
Anonymous - 11 months ago
This stuff actually works left it for about 2 hours sealant flew off and it removed some old grout aswell very good stuff
JackieBr - 1 year ago
I bought this product to help me remove some sealant from around a sink and the top of a bath. Really sorry to be negative, but it was completely useless. I read the instructions, left it on for the right amount of time and then longer...and longer... and nothing happened. It didn't affect the sealant, which I ended up removing a bit at a time with a sharp knife. Disappointed, because I use a lot of Unibond products and usually find them to be very good. Dud batch, perhaps?
Jami1 - 1 year ago
It actually does what says and the longer you leave it on the easier it is to remove. Only setback is not brilliant to apply. Could do with a nozzle of some kind
NMcG - 1 year ago
Had used a similar product a few years back that didn't work and didn't hold out too much hope, but this stuff is excellent. Applied to a shower cubicle an drew left for about 3 hrs before I went back and it just lifted off and removed it completely.
Doglover26 - 2 years ago
Having spent ages trying to remove old silicone from shower, there were some bits in the corners I just couldn't remove.
Bought this not holding out much hope but it was brilliant.
Thicker bits did need doing twice but well worth it, did buy the romoval tool at £3 which did help.
If doing a large area, defiinatley worth buying the larger tube that goes in a gun, I think was £10
Wish I had tried this earlier