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  • Stainless-steel blade for removing old caulk
  • Silicone triangle caulk smoother
  • Plastic scraper
  • Soft-grip handle

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once you get the hang of using your finger and a wet edge, you'll realize these tools are stupid
even for caulk removal, you are better off using a glass scraper. chances are if you are removing caulk, it's so old that it's so hardened that the plastic scraper won't work and neither will the metal scooper.

also another tip, don't use that shit caulk found in the caulk aisle in home depot. even the most expensive caulk they have from DAP or that GE Silicone II is junk compared to the caulk sold at tile stores. if you must go to home depot, head to the tile aisle and use that caulk. it's infinitely better and will last a hell of a lot longer

i am just sharing my experience, as someone who has re-caulked multiple bathrooms in all of my rentals over the years.
I own one of these, can never get that perfect look with it, always resort back to using my finger (I'm OCD)
If you are going to the big box stores, stick with Mapei caulk or Polyblend caulk ("Custom" Products is full name). 100% commercial grade silicone, can get many colors too

If you are going to a local tile store, it's whatever they carry and whatever they carry is good.

The stuff will remain flexible for many many years, won't yellow out, and won't get mold. By the time you will need to re-caulk it will be time to re-do the bathroom. I do want to include a warning though. you need to thoroughly prep the surface. Remove ALL old caulk including residue using a glass or tile scraper (expect to go through more than 1 blade just for a shower sometimes so have spares on hand), fully clean the area per the recommendations on the tube,, let it dry. Then apply per the instructions on the tube. Note, the commercial stuff requires a FULL 24 HRS CURE before using the shower/tub. Do not expose it to water for a full 24 hrs

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I bought a similar one from WM a few years ago, and it worked better than the name brand tool.
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Thanks for posting. you will get my caulk removal and re insertion project underway faster than I thought it would ever happen.
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Quote from bxaxp :
Warning: caulk sounds similar to a potty word. This will be low hanging fruit for the amateur comedians of SD. Brace yourself for the avalanche of tired caulk puns to follow.
In 4 one for my wife's boyfriend!
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Nice find again… saw this previously but it sold out. I needed this as my other one is worn out. Thanks! Repped!
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Dang SD, this means I have to do the work myself.
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I own one of these, can never get that perfect look with it, always resort back to using my finger (I'm OCD)
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I just used this very tool to strip away the old caulk on our children's bathtub/shower so I could re-caulk it. It makes getting the crud out of the groove so much easier! Well worth it for $3.
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Knee pads recommended
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Bought! Thank you!
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Is this something that will wear out during a renovation of a kitchen and 2 bathrooms? Should I buy more than 1?
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