I want to buy something that will remove a thick line of tile grout behind
my kitchen sink. What kind of electric type saw/remover do I need to do it
quickly and easily? I don't want to spend a lot of money on it because it
won't be used often, and I don't want to use one of those little hand tools
with the teeth. Thanks.
Are your plans to regrout? Manually scraping out a small area of
grout is really not that bad.
I am. It's not just behind the sink, it's about 4 feet long due to THE GROUT
DOCTOR S.O.B doing such a lousy job that the seam is really wide and ugly,
he just put new grout over the old grout and totally uneven at that. It's
nasty looking and I just had new trim tile put around the sink, so it's got
to go because it looks twice as bad now.
I assume that the grout is a joint between tiles. With care, you can
probably scratch out enough of the old grout to make a bed for
replacement grout. Use the saw or a utility knife. Just be sure to
bleach and clean it well, apply sealer after new grout is hard (usually
2-3 days, per package directions).
On Fri, 01 Apr 2011 21:09:25 -0400, " firstname.lastname@example.org"
Someone gave me an old inkject printer and it spilled ink on my
bathroom floor and the grout. I used s screwdriver to scrape out the
grout but kept having to go deeper, and eventually made a wweapon as
lethal as any Rambo has used. Fortunately I have plenty of
screwdrivers, so now I call this something else.
Don't know about this guy, but I guess if I'd known how deep the red
ink went, I could have used the special hand tool with the offset
handle for removing grout. Isn't it hardeneed or something?
HomeOwnersHub.com is a website for homeowners and building and maintenance pros. It is not affiliated with any of the manufacturers or service providers discussed here.
All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.