Silicone sealant remover can come in handy if you are trying to keep some items in place that do not want to move around much. This is especially true when you are doing arts and crafts and want to make the crafts a little bit more decorative without having to worry about damaging the item as much. You can use professional Silicone sealant remover like those available from CT1 to safely and securely take the silicone away. It can come in handy in a lot of different situations. If you have ever had something stuck on your skin and had to scrape it off, you probably know just how difficult it can be to get it off without damaging the skin.
One common area you may have to remove silicone sealant from is the bathroom. The simplest removal technique for bathrooms is going to involve the use of an acetone soaked cotton ball. You are going to apply the caulk to the affected area of your bath, sink or shaower and use the cotton ball to scrub away the excess. As with any other scrap, you are going to want to make sure that you only use a soft bristled scrubber so as not to irritate the skin. Not all scrapers are made equally, so make sure you look for the best way to not allow silicone sealant on the skin.
A very common issue with many people is that they have a hard time getting rid of the silicon sealant from fibreglass panels that have been installed into the wall. To get rid of the fibreglass you will first need a fibreglass scraper. This scraper has a steel blade and is ideal for cutting through the fibreglass panel. The blade of the fibreglass scraper should be made out of stainless steel as well, so you will want to go with a quality product. Another thing you will want to do is soak the fibreglass panel in a bucket of hot water for several minutes in order to soften the fibreglass, then you will use the fibreglass scraper on the panel to help cut it out.