Model # 49-00-5450

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Milwaukee 5 in. Grout Rake Reciprocating Saw Blade
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Milwaukee

5 in. Grout Rake Reciprocating Saw Blade

  • Fits all Sawzall and Hackzall Reciprocating Saws
  • Corrosion resistant coating for extended life
  • Cement-based grout types, 1/8 in up to 3/4 in.
$1100 /each

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The Milwaukee 49-00-5450 Grout Removal Tool is designed to quickly and accurately remove grout with all Milwaukee Hackzall and Sawzall Reciprocating Saws. The coarse carbide grit effectively removes all epoxy and cement-based grout types from 1/8 in. to 3/4 in. The Grout Removal Tool features a 5 in. Grout Rake with a curved cutting edge for maximum accuracy. The Grout Rake also has a corrosion resistant coating for longer life. Fits all Sawzall and Hackzall Recip Saws.

  • Grout-rake blade works with most sawzall and hackzall reciprocating saws
  • Steel blade with coarse carbide grit
  • Curved cutting edge for accuracy
  • Helps you remove grout quickly
  • Corrosion-resistant coating

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I recently purchased a Ridgid One-Handed Reciprocating Saw and need it to repair a bad tile job t...

I recently purchased a Ridgid One-Handed Reciprocating Saw and need it to repair a bad tile job that was laid improperly with the spacers in the grout. I have several spacers in different areas and it was suggested I used this tool and a grout blade to remove the grout so I could remove the spacers and re work the grout. Will this blade work with this particular tool as I don't see specific blades for this brand name?
Asked by: liz
Your question is more about the reciprocating saw; I can only say that the Grout Rake fit into my Craftsman reciprocating saw with no problem. But my saw lacked good low-speed control, so I found it hard to use. The main point about the Grout Rake is that it will make a rather wide cut (something like an 1/8 inch or wider); it did not work well on the thin grout I needed to redo on my shower floor. Good Luck
Answered by: Handyman1945
Date published: 2017-06-14

Is this blade compatible with the Ryobi multi tool "JOBPLUS" , ONE+ TOOL HEAD?

I recently purchased the tool described in my question here. However, I have been searching for a diamond coated blade that I can use to remove ceramic or porcelain tiles without breaking them. I have one blade that cuts through grout like a champ, but I need a blade that will go underneath the tiles to cut through the cement holding them in place. Your assistance is greatly appreciated! Other recommendations?
Asked by: Howie
Hello Howie, The blade you selected is made to work with reciprocating saws instead of oscillating tools. Two potential options are listed below with links included. FEIN Carbide Rasp Finger: http://www.homedepot.com/p/FEIN-Carbide-Rasp-Finger-Shaped-1-Pack-63731002017/202914192 FEIN Carbide Rasp Triangle: http://www.homedepot.com/p/FEIN-Carbide-Rasp-Triangular-1-Pack-63731001014/202914194 I hope this helps. Cheers, Chris
Answered by: ChrisFixit
Date published: 2017-06-01
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5 in. Grout Rake Reciprocating Saw Blade is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great! Works great! Cuts fast and with less than a tenth of the dust of a 4" grinder with diamond blade! I am a professional contractor/handyman and this will be my replacement for using the 4" grinder with a diamond wheel to repair tile. Nothing will cut faster than the grinder, but nothing is dustier either! This makes minimal dust and can be further reduced by keeping a shop vac running with the nozzle near the blade (not too close though!). In many cases I can avoid the excessive time it can take to tarp everything off like I like to do because I am overly respectful of my clients' homes. The first one has lasted long enough to cut out close to a dozen 8x8 tiles so far and seems to have worn very little. The last grout lines I cut took twice as long as the rest, but that may be in part to the density and mix of the grout in that section. I have also used their 4" floor scraper for sawzalls and it worked pretty well too. As expected, though, the shaft did eventually break at the mouth of the sawzall chuck. I'm not very abusive on tools and would have to say that the scraper could have been more durable. If you buy this grout rake, tape a metal scaper or other metal sheet material tool to the wall base trim at the end of the grout line to prevent damage to the trim or wall.
Date published: 2013-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent, but there is a learning curve The first time I used Milwaukees grout removal tool I had the same problems most complain about. I damaged quite a few tiles. I don't recommend using the tool on grout lines less than 1\4 inch. That being said... I'm on my 2nd tool after over 700 feet of 3\8 grout lines. Fast and easy once you learn how to use it.
Date published: 2016-04-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I did not even remove one foot of 1/4" wide grout line on floor tile before all the abrasive was ... I did not even remove one foot of 1/4" wide grout line on floor tile before all the abrasive was worn off the tip of the blade making it no longer usable.
Date published: 2016-12-07
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Sure beats scraping by hand. I had about 40 lineal feet of cracked grout to remove for a client, this accessory made short work of that task. It fit my non Milwaukee Saws All perfectly in the inverted position. It works best at a slow speed so you don't heat it up and so you can control it, blasted the 3/16" grout lines clean with just a few passes. So glad I found it, it made grout removal almost enjoyable. One of the things I liked was how the grout wasn't flung all over the room like a rotary tool will do. Well made overall. Can't speak to the long term durability yet, but it seemed ready to do another 100' if needed. I also think using it with the HacksAll would be the best application since a full size Saws All can be difficult to control. If you've got a regrout job this tool is a must have.
Date published: 2015-05-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great job I used it to cut out some holes in a lath and plaster wall. I was able to make accurate holes without the wall falling apart. Good on grout lines also
Date published: 2014-09-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Hard to use My grout line were too thin (Master Bath Shower) and this grout rake was too wide. Also much to difficult to use with a battery powered reciprocating saw with just trigger pull speed adjustment. I knew I was in trouble at the start when I could not follow the instructions about setting the speed control on my saw ;-) The damaged tile are not too noticeable because of the tile style. Have to find a better alternative for the next time -- if there is one.
Date published: 2016-03-08
Rated 1 out of 5 by from product really doesn't work in getting out grout without damaging tile Product does get out the grout but does so without much control so that you constantly hit the tiles - damaging the tiles. If you are looking to just remove the grout not the tiles then this product is the wrong product.
Date published: 2016-01-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Fail I had high hopes but the tool was worn smooth in just 20" of grout removal. I needed to pull out 5, 12" tiles without cracking inside row. If diamond grit instead of carbide was used; then that may have worked better. The bathroom tile grout was very solid, 10 years old and sealed. I ended up using an old snap-on #1250 pry bar to hammer chisel grout out...very carefully!
Date published: 2015-07-19
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