Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 25
Rated 4 out of 5 by Val J Just the job
Worked very well, definitely needed to remove bulk of sealant first. Need to remember to buy methylated spirit as well, this is needed to clean down after. We had to go back for it.
06 July 2016
Rated 1 out of 5 by jin sid difficult
Too complicated and time consuming. Item recommended by a staff member, when home I read the instructions and then decided to return the item.
10 October 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Muddyjuddy Works well
It generally does what it says it does. You apply it and leave it for a while to dissolve the silicone sealant. For me, it took two or three applications on some areas along with some scraping. I also had some liquid leak out of the back of the tube.
19 May 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Katie OK
I was hoping when I bought it that I could put it on, leave it and come back to find all the grout would come away. Er... no.
You need to remove almost all it of by good old fashioned elbow grease first.
It did help make sure that all the old stuff had gone, which I believe is crucial, but not sure I couldn't have done that with a razor blade and plenty of meths.
Still, I ended up with a good result.
06 March 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by CazD Not that good
Previously used this product with ease, but this purchase was not as effective as removing the old silicon
04 April 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Arthur Silicone remover
Thought this would save a lot of time and effort of scraping, knifing and cleaning. Turns out the product is very poor, I followed instructions to the letter, and just ended up with a horrible messy jelly product that was difficult to clean from my ceramic. Ended up throwing it away and having to cut away the silicone anyway, as the product has not penetrated!
03 February 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Howard Be patient
It does the job but you need to be patient. Give it time to work. For larger areas may need 2 applications.
01 February 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by al very good
i was trying to remove very old silican sealant from around the bath using knife,screwdriver,scraper etc,but getting knowwhere so i went on homebase website to see if any thing was on the market to help break it down,it came up with unibond sealant remover i purchased it,applied it as instructions and it did what it said on the label,you just spread it on leave for a while why it breaks it down then virtuly just scrape it of.
01 February 2012