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Diamabrush 7 in. Concrete Abrasive Removal Hand Tool


7 in. Concrete Abrasive Removal Hand Tool

  • Prevents the tool from lading up or clogging
  • Removes coating in one simple step
  • Perfect for do-it-yourselfers and professionals
$85.97 /each

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Product Overview

The Diamabrush 7 in. Concrete Abrasive Removal Hand Tool enables you to easily remove glues, mastics, epoxies, paints and other stubborn coatings without loading up or clogging the abrasive. This hand tool makes efficient work of perfectly profiling surfaces to save you time and money. This blade is great for doing edge work and navigating small spaces.

  • Simple and easy to use on all brands of 7 in. grinders with a 5/8 in. 11 in. thread
  • Design that prevents the tool from lading up or clogging
  • Chemical-free for sustainability
  • Removes coating and profiles the concrete surface in just one step to save you time and money




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Customer Questions & Answers

can i use this tool on a hardwood floor?

Asked by: ario
I have used the 4"diamabrush on hardwood to remove mastic and paint works fine
Answered by: Marc
Date published: 2016-12-28

why are the replacement blades more than the price of the whole tool?

why are the replacement blades more than the price of the whole tool?
Asked by: geoff
Good Question. I just purchase a new Unit from HomeDepot instead of blade Replacements.
Answered by: poolman
Date published: 2017-02-23

What is the best speed (RPM) for this tool?

My grinder operates at 8,000 RPM. This seems a little fast for this sort of tool.
Asked by: Doug
I use Harbor freight 7'' grinders full speed, most pools I do are usually rough tool does a great job.
Answered by: poolman
Date published: 2017-02-23

Can this be used with Fein multimaster oscillating tool?

Example: I have looked at the manual and can't figure out what I did wrong.
Asked by: Bode
No! Angle Grinder only
Answered by: Dfl
Date published: 2016-07-28
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Customer Reviews

7 in. Concrete Abrasive Removal Hand Tool is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 21.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Diamond blade grinder This tool works great! I was mot able to get the dustcollecter to work properly so there was a lot of dust but the blade worked great. I removed paint and stain from an 8ft x 24ft concrete porch in less than 2 hours.
Date published: 2016-12-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from had to use 7'', Removed paint from swimming pool. worked great. cheaper to purchase new unit from... had to use 7'', Removed paint from swimming pool. worked great. cheaper to purchase new unit from Home Depot than buying replacement blades for the 7'' unit.
Date published: 2017-02-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This was very effective in removing 20 year old carpet... This was very effective in removing 20 year old carpet glue from a porch. My only recommendation is, wet down what your grinding to keep the dust down.
Date published: 2017-01-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from HUGE Time saver. This is one of those tools that does positive things to your psyche. I suggest buying a dust shroud as well. In short...I was smiling, grunting, and feeling pretty darn powerful while operating this grinder. After hours of trying various methods to remove paint from concrete to prepare for tile (Larry, Steel brush cup grinder, torch and scraper) I bought this brush and put it on my grinder. Little people that are easily scared of stuff shouldn't even consider operating this...get their wives to do it. But if you want a man tool that gets the job done and does it right....this tool is it.
Date published: 2013-10-11
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Does a good job preparing concrete for RockSolid Floor coating I was preparing 850sf. of concrete in my garage for Rocksolid Epoxy flooring. The 7in. diamabrush disc was purchased in addition to renting the larger 16in. diamabrush floor buffer attachment. I am glad that I had both. The 7in disc on a Makita 6000 RPM grinder was a beast! I only used it around the perimeter and for spot grinding tough stains. It did a fantastic job, but I noticed at the end of the day, half the blades were worn away. I wish that I had a variable grinder so that I could take this baby down a notch. I had the dust shroud and it is well made, but we still got alot of dust ( I wish I had a more powerful vacuum). In summary, it is a great tool that held up and did the job that I intended for it.
Date published: 2016-05-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Where was this tool 10 years ago I pulled up carpet tiles from my basement and found that it was glued down. After getting outrageous quotes from contractors to remove it, I decided to run up to depot. Although it seemed a little expensive I thought I would give it a try, and my god am I thankful that I did. This tool cut faster than a hot knife through butter. I saved myself 700 bucks, removed the glue , and prepped my floor for epoxy. The only problem I have is that I loaned the tool to my brother and he won't give it back.
Date published: 2013-07-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does a great job! As other reviewers have said, this tool does what it is supposed to and does it well. This IS a big boy tool, so be sure you are reasonably fit if you intend to purchase it. It is not difficult to control but the extended time you will likely be using it may be a challenge for some. (I am on the wrong side of 60 and was able to remove a failed epoxy coating from a 2 car garage in a single day....just needed a lot of Advil!) Do invest in a dust shroud - the extra $70 you will spend will save a ton of cleanup. You will have to look to another vendor for this, as for some reason Home Depot does not carry them. As a hint, use it as the directions say, floating it on the floor. Bearing down will cause premature wear, make it harder to control, and can easily gouge divots in your concrete. Be sure to remain alert while using will easily take a hunk out of you in you get careless!
Date published: 2014-06-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for paint removal on concrete, be ready to catch the dust Hook a dust shroud to a strong vacuum and gear up (ear protection, a good respirator and not a dust mask, eye protection). It worked well removing several layers of paint on a concrete swimming pool. I used two blades to finish the job (1700sf) so maybe buy a second if you have a large job to do, but I still have a lot left of blade #2. Home Depot doesn't stock the replacement blades and they cost about the same as another blade, you'll maybe save $10, but it would be nice if they started stocking them. This blade also comes with a set of spacers so it will work well with your shroud. The spacers go between the blade and the tool, so when you thread it on the shaft it keeps the right clearance. I doubt it's recommended but I hooked a water hose to the shroud and this blade still worked great - just don't force too much water, just enough for a slurry. When the blades wear they take some metal from the support plates behind them so don't expect a perfectly smooth finish once they start to wear. Also save the side walls of your project for last since the blade edges bend a little when you bang into concrete sides (as you'd expect). From the other posts - yes, as with any tools watch the rpms on this, make sure the rating of this blade EXCEEDS the speed of your grinder. Yes, if you push down it will wear faster but this was not an issue for me - I wanted the job done quickly and would rather go through the materials then spend more time. Yes, it is aggressive and it works better than cup wheel grinders on paint but won't last as long. For the grinder, I used a bosch 1873-8f (about $150), which is a real workhorse, and I used the Bosch dust shroud (about $90).
Date published: 2015-08-12
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