Rated 4.2 out of 5Â by 19
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Kevin Great blade, even for grout removal!
After using up many blades and special bits for grout removal, I selected this diamond blade. This is an impressive cutting wheel for grout! While all the other wheels I used faded away after removing 1-1.5ft of very strong grout, this diamond one has removed little over 9 ft and the blade still looks like it can remove a lot more. Used 15k RPM on Dremel and took short breaks every 6 inches to let the blade cool (even though it didn't feel hot).
May 18, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by jr4337 This is a MUST HAVE
I was smart enough to buy a Dremel many years ago it has served me well over the years.The latest labor and time saver was when I decided to put up 400 Sqft of travertine tile back splash in the kitchen! I have a newer home which means there is a outlet box every 3 feet. no matter how you measure you are going to be doing some cutting! The diamond wheel was a god send! the tile I used was 1"x2" there was no using a saw on this. the diamond wheel makes short work of trimming, cutting and notching stone tiles. most of the work is around the electrical boxes this takes forever to do! but with the diamond blade I was making trim and smoothing cuts in minutes. Use a C-clamp on small tiles it safer and you will have more control over the blade! This has to be the best accessory I have bought in years and after dozens of cuts its still in great shape I'm pretty sure this is going to last me a long time.
June 2, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by DIYATL Great! Small bit that goes a long way
I used this to make roughly 40 cuts in tiles prior to using snips. I was very hesitant to get the bit as I thought it would not finish the job. I was tiling a 30 Sq Ft bathroom. It did the job perfectly and quickly. Would highly recommend for a small job like mine. Cannot give opinion on larger projects though.
December 10, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5Â by MickD Good Purchase!!1
Tool installed & functioned Fine! I would buy again!!!
September 30, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by EverCurious Worked well on ceramic floor tile
This worked well on already laid ceramic floor tile, but with a little help. I was nervous about heat and cutter wear, so I wore rubber gloves and provided a small mist of water on the cutter as I progressed through the tile. I was careful to avoid to the Dremel motor. I also had a wet-dry shop vac one inch away from the cutter. This pulled the excess water mist and debris. It cut very well through the hard tile. I made four passes through the half-inch of tile and mortar. I stayed within 15 sec per inch at a depth of .125 in.
July 9, 2013