|Item Weight||1.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||17 x 1.9 x 8.5 inches|
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|Item model number||5860|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Homax 5860 2-Piece Caulking Tools, Smoother and Remover
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- Caulking tools kit
- Ideal for showers, windows, siding, sinks and tubs
- The perfect combination for interior and exterior caulking projects
- Sharp angled tip removes hard dried caulk from cracks and crevices
- Won't scratch or damage hard surfaces
- Quickly removes caulk using forward and backward motion
- Includes flat edge to clean up caulk residue
- Hard, durable plastic with rubber handle for comfort
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Top Customer Reviews
I worked through school as apprentice and then a master carpenter and tradesman with my father. We've always had a special regard for "cut in" tools, and caulk removal tools and other "miracle tools" that are specifically marketed to people who want to be able to do jobs they have no business attempting. Wagner paint sprayers, anything made by black and decker, etc.
I was keen enough with a caulk gun that my father and other "old timer" trades pros would all readily hand me the sealant gun to run beads, because they knew I could do it better.
I believe in a good bead tool (usually you make them yourself)
in finish areas where transition bead is a focal point: masking tape (you peel it off as soon as your bead is smoothed)- not necessary on most surfaces if your using home despot DAp products or similar garbage-
high quality, super adhesive sealants (Sonolastic [polyurethane], Lexal [acrylic] - if silicone is your go to sealant- STOP. put down the caulk gun and step away with your hands in the air before someone gets hurt. It has its applications, but its rubbish for most applications)
porous (readily absorbent) substrates- especially when the sealant is tinted- Use masking to make a finish bead line so crisp Michelangelo himself would cry.
That being said- I actually like caulk tools- not for removal- heat guns, safety razors, tungsten carbide, sanding etc- all superior to a POS piece of plastic.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great value for this tool. Very sturdy plastic, better quality than one purchased from my hardware store. Read morePublished 14 hours ago by Emily P Dailey
Cheap plastic. Works great, until it breaks. It is a great tool for a few times, but the handle breaks easily.Published 8 days ago by Amazon Customer
This tool is great. My dad saw it and had to have one too. No more messy fingers.Published 1 month ago by Anthony Kulhanek
I don't leave reviews often but this thing broke in the first five minutes. The plastic is not strong enough to get the leverage needed to remove caulking. Read morePublished 3 months ago by A. Lord
So.ewhat too small quantity for more than a small job,
Needed was turned e for a simple project which is by far more expensive when you buy the full size caulking rubes.