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Unibond Silicone Sealant Remover & Smoother Tool £2.77 (Free Delivery) @ FFX
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Unibond Silicone Sealant Remover & Smoother Tool £2.77 (Free Delivery) @ FFX

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Posted 25th Feb

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Bargain with free delivery ... Will hopefully make life easier when sorting out the typical mouldy Sealant


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A tough 2-in-1 plastic tool, UniBond Smoother & Remover quickly and easily removes all types of sealant without damage and includes two smoothing profiles to achieve the desired finish.
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Just realised it's cheaper on Amazon
Poundshop also has a Multi-Purpose Sealant Smoother for a quid
y.m_blackburn25/02/2020 07:01

Poundshop also has a Multi-Purpose Sealant Smoother for a quid


Any good?
Bit of rubbish
Remove the silicone with a Stanley knife
Then get your wifes nail polish remover rub it on wait 10 mins wipe it off then apply new silcone. Do not put cheap silcone on
Don't forget your 3.53% TCB
And use a mould resistant sealant. Have just replaced some mouldy sealant myself a few days ago, hadn't realised when applying the first sealant that mould resistant was available.
hot445925/02/2020 07:27

Then get your wifes nail polish remover rub it on wait 10 mins wipe it off …Then get your wifes nail polish remover rub it on wait 10 mins wipe it off then apply new silcone. Do not put cheap silcone on


Don't do that on an acrylic bath or your bath will be ruined . acetone melts acrylic.
simes25/02/2020 09:35

Don't do that on an acrylic bath or your bath will be ruined . acetone …Don't do that on an acrylic bath or your bath will be ruined . acetone melts acrylic.


Methelated spirit any good?
Dunno but from what I recall this stuff is carcinogenic, it's the same stuff in paint stripper that can cause irreversible lung damage, just make sure you wear a proper mask when using it..
Sorry just realised this isn't the remover gel..
I've been told that WD40 works well for removing silicon. Not tried it myself yet.
I found none remove all the silicon that we'll so use Stanley blade to cut out and then white spirit to remove thin bits and clean.
Edited by: "spannerzone" 25th Feb
Bill_Carr_PH25/02/2020 13:10

I've been told that WD40 works well for removing silicon. Not tried it …I've been told that WD40 works well for removing silicon. Not tried it myself yet.


And then what do you use to remove the WD40 so the fresh silicone sticks...

I'd stick with using acetone in the first place.
Edited by: "melted" 25th Feb
melted25/02/2020 16:43

And then what do you use to remove the WD40 so the fresh silicone …And then what do you use to remove the WD40 so the fresh silicone sticks... I'd stick with using acetone in the first place.


Surely you use washing up liquid in water to remove wd40?!
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