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Store SKU #1000005252

Goof Off 8 oz. Foam and Caulk Remover

Goof Off

8 oz. Foam and Caulk Remover

$634 /each
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Product Overview

Goof Off Foam and Caulk Remover makes it easier to remove messes from expansion foams and caulks. Use it to clean-up fresh messes after new construction or for removing old foams, silicones and caulks from vanities, tubs, showers, and sinks. For use on most hard surfaces including brick, ceramic, stone, metal, chrome, glass, wood, plastic, fiberglass, and more.

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  • Removes foam sealants
  • Softens latex and silicone caulks
  • Use indoors and outdoors
  • Works in less than 1 hour on fresh foams or caulk sealants
  • Works the 1st time

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Customer Questions & Answers

Would this work to remove badly done caulking between bricks. I suppose it would have to be brush...

Would this work to remove badly done caulking between bricks. I suppose it would have to be brushed with a metal brush however if this product softens the caulking isn't there an actual risk of spreading it and make it even worse?
Asked by: Themanyouneed
This product will soften the caulk so that it can be cleaned away with warm soap & water.
Answered by: GoofOffExpert
Date published: 2017-06-27

Can you use it on formica countertop and fiberglass tub without causing damage?

Asked by: BAJ
In both cases you're likely dealing with acrylic, with which this product can interact. Of course, the recommendations suggest you try in an inconspicuous area regardless.
Answered by: Blackbeered
Date published: 2016-10-29

Can this product be used on an acrylic bathtub?

Asked by: Angela
Yes, you can use this product on an acrylic bathtub.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-08-29

Will this product affect quartz counter tops? I need to remove a little excess silicone after the sink was installed. thank you.

Asked by: cj
It should work just fine.
Answered by: GoofOffExpert
Date published: 2016-01-25
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Customer Reviews

8 oz. Foam and Caulk Remover is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 13.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does what it says I had been trying to remove caulk off of my tub for a couple of years. Although most was removed, there were three spots that wouldn’t budge, no matter what I tried. I followed the directions on the bottle, applying a thin bead of the foam to each location using gloves and waited about an hour. To my delight, the old dried caulk was softened and came off easily with just a gentle scrape. It didn’t harm my fiberglass tub surface either. Removal of the caulk made the tub look good as new.
Date published: 2014-03-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Takes time but it works This product has two uses. 1) Clean up of newly applied caulk; 2) Removal of old and dried caulk. My application was old caulk. As the instructions state, you need to apply it and let it sit for a while. This lets it soften up the caulk which you can then remove with the appropriate tools. If you have a delicate surface this is the ideal product to use. If you don't care about your surface it would be much faster to use a scrapper, razor blade, etc.
Date published: 2015-05-18
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointed I applied this to remove horizontal caulk in my shower. I am a fan of several Goof Off products but I applied this one and let set for a few hours. but I still had to use a removal tool to remove all of the caulk. By its description I thought it would save me additional time and effort while I was trying to accomplish a shower recaulking job , but I don't think it was helpful at all. I didn't see any less effort or better results than using a mechanical tool alone. I would not take the extra step of applying this product on caulk. It just adds additional cost to the project.
Date published: 2015-06-05
Rated 4 out of 5 by from If It's a Smooth Surface, a Razor Works Better I had 15-yr old Bath and Tub and Kitchen caulks that needed replacing. Tried this but found that a blade from a utility knife worked more easily. That being said, for those tough-to-get-at spots, this stuff will make it easier to remove it ... but you need to follow the direction [let it sit for a long while]. Where the stuff works great is on the hard crusties left behind when you shave off expandable foams on porous surfaces. It's great for tidying up after applying fresh foam and caulk [previously, I'd let those set and shave off the dried materials]. Don't forget to 'rinse' after use.
Date published: 2014-07-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It does work! This must be a strong chemical because it says to wear protective glasses and chemical resistant gloves. It sure did the job. Caulk was made soft and easy to remove. I have removed caulk before and you chip and chip and get the little pieces that are easier to vacuum up than to wipe up. 5 to 10 minutes for fairly fresh caulk isn't bad. 2 hours on cured and up to 7 hours seems like a long time, but if it works as well on cured as it did on the fairly fresh that I had, it's well worth it. I have spent at least the 2 hours on a bathtub that needed re-caulking and that was using hard labor. It doesn't say so, but keeping the kids from touching while it is working would be another good caution (see glasses and gloves above). Making the bathroom off limits to children is sometimes a daunting task in itself.
Date published: 2015-08-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Did you goof off in college? Any Goof off product works. This is no exception. Not much else to say than, put it on the caulk, weight 15 min, scrape caulk off with ease.
Date published: 2015-03-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Wroks fairly well This product works pretty good. Took a bit longer on old already cooked by the sun foam. But it got it off the concrete after a couple applications. It is easy to use but application is tricky. Need to block the parts you don't want dissolving really well with some excellent tape or this stuff will run up under it and cause foam removal where you don't want it.
Date published: 2014-09-06
Rated 2 out of 5 by from So SO I have used the original Goof Off for a long time ( and love it ) and was so interested in this remover - especially for caulk. Well, unless you are cleaning as you go on a project, I would say forget it. I have spots of silcone caulk from work that was done earlier and thought this would be perfect - not even close. It does clean some things but is not my first choice for clean up. Read the instructions carefully before purchasing this product.
Date published: 2014-05-07
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