Model # 411-45

Internet #100395888

Store SKU #265911

Motsenbockers 4.5 oz. Silicone, Latex Caulk and Foam Sealant Remover
0077448411453

Motsenbockers

4.5 oz. Silicone, Latex Caulk and Foam Sealant Remover

$547 /each
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Product Overview

This Motsenbocker's Lift Off 4.5 oz. Silicone, Latex Caulk and Foam Sealant Remover safely and effectively removes fresh or cured sealant from surfaces. The remover is water based and Scientific Certification Systems Certified - Biodegradable to protect both the environment and the user.

  • Removes fresh and cured silicone, caulk and foam
  • Safe to use on virtually any surface, including fabric and carpeting
  • Water-based formula
  • Scientific Certification Systems Certified - Biodegradable
  • Low VOC
  • Made in the USA
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Size (oz.)
4.5

Details

Biodegradable
Yes
Combustible
No
Concentrated
No
Flammable
No
Indoor/Outdoor
Indoor/Outdoor
Materials removed
Multi-Purpose
Odorless
No
Paint Product Type
Cleaner/Remover
Product Dispenser Type
Plastic Bottle
Product Form
Gel
Rinse required
Yes
Types of Surfaces Cleaned
Multi-Purpose

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
1 year of manufacture date

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Customer Questions & Answers

how to open the bottle

Asked by: jordan
I used the larger size , it had a sprayer Doesn't spray very well cause it's a gel Use a pliers, doesn't matter if you break it
Answered by: Florida
Date published: 2017-04-02
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Customer Reviews

4.5 oz. Silicone, Latex Caulk and Foam Sealant Remover is rated 2.8 out of 5 by 27.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I read all the reviews and I read the directions 2 to 3 minutes and no more than 15 is a joke I d... I read all the reviews and I read the directions 2 to 3 minutes and no more than 15 is a joke I did that and I was scraping and using a sponge with the hard scraper on back and I thought YIKES this is going to take forever! I took shower doors off in favor of shower curtain so I had that caulk to remove around entire stall. So the best advice I have is from a review I read, coat the area with that gel agitate a little then cover loosely with plastic wrap (I used saran) let it sit overnight then go after it. I used a scraper ,sponge Hope this helps, mine looks great now, time to hang shower curtain!!
Date published: 2017-04-02
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Yes, the squirt top is ridiculous, but I wouldn't mind if the product actually worked. It doesn't... Yes, the squirt top is ridiculous, but I wouldn't mind if the product actually worked. It doesn't. The caulk around my bathtub is cracked, hard and brittle. This stuff did nothing. I followed the directions. Nothing. Tried waiting longer, applying more - still nothing. Working with a heat gun, I am able to slowly pull the caulk out which, in fairness, is quite deep under the tile and backerboard above the horizontal tub edge, so maybe nothing will work other than brute force. With a heat gun and needle nose pliers, I am able to remove about 8" per hour.
Date published: 2017-02-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from As others have noted, the spray bottle is unusable. It squirted once -- a very thin liquid that w... As others have noted, the spray bottle is unusable. It squirted once -- a very thin liquid that was hard to control -- then gelled up and stopped working. Now I see that this gets poor reviews everywhere. I'm returning the product. I was hoping to have found an environmentally safer way to remove silicone, but I'm going back to mineral spirits or acetone; they work well to soften the bond and make removal easier. It really infuriates me when my time is wasted by worthless products.
Date published: 2017-03-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Seriously amazing stuff! We just removed old glass doors in our guest room bathtub. The doors were original to the house, built in 1979. After nearly 40 years, the caulk was rock solid, about 3 inches thick in some places, and I was almost regretting starting the project in the first place. Our tub is almond fiberglass so I was a little concerned about discoloration but I figured I didn't have much to lose. I was absolutely amazed at how much easier this product made the job! We had everything removed in less than 45 minutes. It looks amazing and I couldn't be happier!
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from works great for flooring glue residue Used this to remove glue residue that the flooring installer could not remove with his chemicals.. he couldnt believe how quickly it worked. Havn't tried it on calking yet. Smells pretty strong so i would recomend a small hidden test area first. The only thing i don't like is the spray top just kind of squirts a blob out.
Date published: 2017-02-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from great for silicon caulk I can understand the mixed reviews. This product is good AFTER you remove the bead of caulk to get the excess up cleanly. I imagine you can use a bunch to soften a bead of caulk, but would be a waste and tiresome. Easier to pull off the bead first. It did a great job removing stuck on silicon caulk around my door that I couldn't scrape off after I had removed the actual bead of caulk. Wet a rag with this stuff and soaked where the caulk was. Let it sit 5 minutes and then it wiped up with a rag. Made the marble step cleaner than I'd ever seen it.
Date published: 2010-10-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 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.
Date published: 2014-09-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Makes a Rough Job Easier Silicone is pretty much the worst substance man has ever invented. Useful as a gasket material, I guess, but honestly there are superior caulks available that come off easier. If you were foolish like me and smeared silicone all over something or other, this stuff will make the truly awful job of scraping away at it with a razor blade or whatever into a merely miserable job. It doesn't magically make silicone easily wipe off...but it softens it enough that it can be effectively scraped up if you put elbow grease into it. Its squirts out of the bottle as a thick goop, rather than sprays,,,but this is fine as you need to let a good amount of it sit directly on the silicone for a while to work. Wouldn't want this stuff thin enough to spray...it would just run everywhere rather than stick where its needed. Clean up is easy. My advice though is to simply not use silicone. If you must however, there is this stuff. But you're still going to have a nasty job ahead of you, even with this aid.
Date published: 2016-09-16
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