Rated 2.9 out of 5 by 19
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Maryle great for wood floor glue
I had wood floor installed in most of my house and the installers got glue everywhere and did not clean it well. I tried mineral spirits and then Bostik towels with minimal success. This product finally did the job. I have no problem getting the gel to come out and just leave it a few minutes and then easy wipe up. For tougher spots, a little scrubbing action with a toothbrush works. I am now buying my second bottle.
June 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by TideRunner Useless
This is a poor product and don't waste your money. It did not foam and the gel is so hard to pray that it go all over the places making a big mess!. Worse, it did nothing to soften or break the old caulking bond. It just make my job worse since now I had to clean up the mess this lousy chemical made.
This product is poorly formulated and the bottle is poorly engineered. I would not call myself a "chemist" if I'm the inventor of this product. What a shame!
February 15, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by brannj Waste of money
not impressed. spray bottle for a gel does not work well for application. found that the product was more effective at ruining the new caulk application than taking of the old caulk. if you do attempt to use, make sure that you thoroughly remove before recaulking
February 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Readit Read instructions
First off, read the directions on the package. Then look at the reviews. People are reviewing a product that they did not use as intended. You need to remove as much of the old caulking before using this. Also, the tooth brush suggestion is for use on fabrics.
November 18, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by homeowner TERRIBLE STUFF!!!
We bought a new tub from home depot last year. Our contractors made shortcuts and in less than a year, we were stuck with molded caulking around our tub. I was not about to rehire those guys to come back so I decided to remove the caulk and do it myself. Researched online the right methods and products to use and went to Home Depot with my list.
When I got there, the sales associates guided me to this product because that is ALL they carry in store to remove the caulk, Nothing else. So I decided to go for it and get a refund if it didnt work.
Well, it took two days for the caulk to strip some of the caulking and make it come off easier, but the yellow goo has now stained my new tub and eaten away the acrylic in some places. Water based is balogne. We have been trying to scrub it off and still the stain remains. DO NOT BUY!!!!!
September 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Dave Great Product
I used this product while re doing one bathroom .... easily soften old caulk around sink .... made removal of old caulk around tub simple .... after application I did have to take a putty knife and tap with a small hammer along tub and floor ..... I did find it helpful to leave this product to work a tad longer than recommended ... 5 to 10 min worked well ... good luck ..
February 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Abraham Good product with good value.
I bought this product before I read those negative reviews. I was debating whether I should return it due to the negative reviews. But I decided to give it a try. I noticed most complaints from other reviews focused on the product not working 2-3 minutes after it was applied, as the product claimed it would. So I decided to let the product stay on the old silicone for a few hours. It did soften the old silicone and made old silicone very easy to be completely removed with a flathead screw driver. So, the key point is to be a little more patient with the product. Plan your project ahead of time. Give the product longer time to do its work. This product has a texure like syrup. It flows, but most of it stays on the old silicone to be removed. This product did work. I was very happy with its help on my bathtub project.
September 27, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Vballer The worst remover ever - I can't give it no stars
The product states just leave on for a few mins then the caulk will come off, first off you need to try to get the liquid on the caulk, but it's super runny... good luck. Then it states just use the back of a tooth brush to scrape it up a bit... umm yeah, try using something like a screw driver or knife to get the caulk off. In some ways I think it would be better to use a knife to get it off, at least it would not smell up your house. I'm going to have to drive 10 miles away to get DAP, a much better product, it stays on (granted you have to wait 2 hours, but it smells nice and stays in place).
December 20, 2009