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Motsenbockers 16 oz. Silicone Latex Caulk and Foam Sealant Remover


16 oz. Silicone Latex Caulk and Foam Sealant Remover

$898 /each
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Product Overview

Motsenbockers Lift Off 16 oz. Spray Foam & Silicone Caulk Remover breaks the molecular bond for fast and easy removal of polyurethane sealants, expansion foams, silicone caulks, construction adhesives, and two-part epoxies from tub and shower enclosures, vinyl flooring, baseboards, tile, porcelain, stainless steel, cast iron, wood, granite, marble, ceramic, and stone. The patented, Enviro Science formula is biodegradable, water-based and non-corrosive.

  • For indoor and outdoor use
  • Removes fresh or cured sealants
  • Water-based gel formula
  • Biodegradable
  • Non-corrosive
  • Low-VOC formula
  • Look for how-to videos from Mötsenböcker’s Lift Off on YouTube
  • Subject to or will include a recycling fee in the following sates: CA, OR, CT
  • Note: product may vary by store

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Customer Questions & Answers

How to clean up afterwards

Asked by: David
After using Motsenbocker's Lift Off Silicone Latex Caulk & Foam Sealant Remover to remove unwanted caulk and sealant, you can wash the area with soap and water using a sponge or clean cotton towel.
Answered by: Craig
Date published: 2017-05-15

Is this product safe on fiberglass skin of RV?

Is this product safe on fiberglass skin of RV?
Asked by: lel
Yes, you can use this product on fiberglass.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2017-02-27

Will this product interfere with application of new caulk?

Asked by: RobertS
Motsenbocker's Lift Off Spray Foam & Silicone Caulk Remover is a water-based formula and will not interfere with the application of new caulk. However, you should wash the surface with mild soap and water to make sure it is clean of any residue.
Answered by: Craig
Date published: 2017-02-28

Is this safe on paint?

Asked by: Joe
Motsenbocker's Lift Off Spray Foam & Silicone Caulk Remover can remove paint. If using around painted surfaces, use masking tape to protect any area that might come in contact with the product.
Answered by: Craig
Date published: 2017-02-28
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Customer Reviews

16 oz. Silicone Latex Caulk and Foam Sealant Remover is rated 3.4 out of 5 by 31.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Saved my bacon! I had to redo the former owner’s apocalyptic caulk job. (Well, I /think/ he tried to caulk the bathroom tile—from the caulk spattered at least to the second tile from every joint, it’s possible that his hyperactive four-year-old twins had a caulk gun battle during bathtime.) To say that I had to remove a large quantity of misapplied silicone is like saying many people lost their lives in WWII. This product turned a martyrdom of a job into mere torture with an end in sight. Pump slowly; patience is a virtue.
Date published: 2016-08-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It worked great for me! I see a couple of people here saying that it didn't work for them. All I can say is that it worked incredibly well for me when I was re-caulking my bathroom. I don't know whether the old caulk was silicone or latex, but after spraying it and letting it sit for around 20-30 minutes, it all pretty much turned to jelly and came off very easily with a caulk tool. It turned so soft that much of the old caulk could be wiped up with a paper towel. Also, I don't know how hazardous the spray is, but it had a pleasant smell and didn't seem to irritate my hands at all. I removed all the old caulk from around the tub and shower, toilet and sink and only used about half the spray bottle.
Date published: 2012-07-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Forget about using this as a spray Open the bottle and transfer the product to a glass jar for actual use with a small hobby paintbrush. The product is thick and about as soupy as the old mucilage we used to use in kindergarten -- there's no chance of applying it with a spray bottle. I cannot for the life of me imagine how it ended up in this packaging. I apparently put this through about the hardest test possible by using it on a thick, sloppy bead of GE Silicone II 100% Silicone that had been cured for two weeks. I used it on an aluminum-framed shower door caulked to granite tile. The product got the job done, barely. The 2-3 minutes recommended became 10-15 minutes. It did not do any harm to the finish on the aluminum door frame. It did not discolor the granite. The caulk came off in pieces, with difficulty. I used a metal scraper and a razor blade for most of the job. I suspect I'll never several applications and at least two hours of work that includes brushing with an extra-stiff grout brush to get it all off. I'm still giving it four stars. It got the job done on the toughest bathroom caulk you can buy and saved my bacon.
Date published: 2016-04-08
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Be careful, it's strong. Applied to 14 year old caulk around exterior aluminum window with baked enamel paint and stucco walls. In just a few minutes this began to soften the caulk, and the paint on the window as well. It also appeared to soften the stucco (which may be a synthetic stucco). Just be careful when using this product. It clearly tells you to try it first in an out of the way spot to make sure it doesn't harm the painted surfaces. As others have said, just put this in a small container and apply with a brush. Too thick to pump.
Date published: 2016-04-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Product really works well if you follow the directions. I had dried caulk on some woodwork after... Product really works well if you follow the directions. I had dried caulk on some woodwork after a sliding glass door replacement and the installers did not clean up well, seemed to be in a hurry doing the caulking. Applied this product, let it sit per the directions, used a toothbrush to agitate it and it lifted right off. Because the woodwork was stained and sealed, I used a light coating of Murphy's oil soap after cleaning off this product. Looks fantastic now. I would recommend this caulk remover for any dried caulk.
Date published: 2016-12-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works best overnight First off, pump spray did not work. I poured the product into a small container and brushed it on with a chip brush. It spreads very well. Originally let the product set for 1/2 hour after applying. Began removing silicon caulk. It was still difficult to remove. I re-applied more product, covered with plastic sheet and let it sit overnight. Caulk became the consistency of very thick jelly. Most of the caulk came out in chunks. The rest came out with a scrub brush and water. Pleased with the eventual performance, after letting it work on the caulk overnight.
Date published: 2015-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Did the Job I had glued the top of the sink onto the vanity using caulk. The next day, I noticed that I had inadvertently shifted the sink so it was not square to the vanity. I tried to remove it by pushing it up but it did not budge. I bought the small bottle and applied it along the seam. The spray was a bit of a joke it sprayed but was not very accurate so I used my finger to apply the liquid on to the seem. I let it stand for at least 30 minutes. When I checked the fault, it had become soft. I pushed again and this time the sink released from the vanity. I cleaned the old caulk off the reset the sink. So the product worked and I was able to remove the sink. This is why I rate it 5 stars. The pump spray was 3 stars.
Date published: 2015-08-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic results! Follow the directions on the label and this solution will reduce the amount of elbow grease needed to remove years worth of latex caulk.
Date published: 2016-10-05
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