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How to remove bath sealant?

4 Answers

Answered by Sunderland Property Renovations Ltd

23rd August 2019

Sunderland Property Renovations Ltd answered the question "How to remove bath sealant?"

We usually use a selection of Stanley knife blades,Olfa knives, craft knives proprietary silicone removal tools and where necessary silicone eater when damage to surrounding areas could be an issue. With the Olfa knife remove the majority of the silicone then using the Stanley blades you can shave the rest of and a final clean with isopropyl

Answered by Flintshire Property Services Ltd

15th July 2019

Flintshire Property Services Ltd answered the question "How to remove bath sealant?"

To remove sealant there are many tools now available on the market, some better than others. I like using one that screwfix sell for around £9. It is plastic and won’t cause any damage to the surface that you are trying to remove it from. They also do a liquid you put on the sealant and it loosen it but I have never used it. You can also use a fresh Stanley knife but it is easy to damage the surface if you’re not confident using it.

Answered by Handy Ben

26th June 2019

Handy Ben answered the question "How to remove bath sealant?"

I find the best way to remove bath sealant is with a nice sharp Stanley knife, or you can also use a plastic bladed scraper to. It takes a bit of time but will come out eventually. Then just make sure all the surfaces are wiped done afterwards, then you can apply the new sealant.

Answered by A Royal Flush Plumbing

15th June 2019

A Royal Flush Plumbing answered the question "How to remove bath sealant?"

Here at A Royal Flush Plumbing we remove a lot of sealant to carry out repairs and upgrade suites. my two main tools for this are a Stanley knife with a clean sharp blade and a bladed scraper. Once you have cut the sealant and then scraped it away a good wipe will remove the residue. We prefer Big Wipes. The ones for scrubbing and cleaning. The surface will be clean and sealant free ready to re seal if needs be

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