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  • Use to remove or spread caulk and scrap surfaces
  • Works with acrylic, latex, and silicone caulk
  • Featurs a comfort grip handle
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Product Details

The 3-in-1 Caulk Tool consists of a steel caulk remover and a smoother with an adjustable radius. It works with acrylic, latex and silicone and is handy for window, bath and shower projects. A scraper end is built-in for clean-up.
  • For removing and applying caulk
  • 3-in-1 design: remover, smoother and scraper
  • Steel blade to remove caulk - push or pull
  • Effective silicone triangle smoother
  • Smoother rotatable with 3 different profiles for caulk beads
  • Scraper end for easy clean-up of edges
  • Made from strong engineering plastic Celcon
  • Soft grip handle for comfort
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Q:I picked up mine today and when I got home the rubber part is missing
by|Jan 20, 2021
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A:  It should have a rubber part on the bottom. Someone could have taken it. Spray your finger with window cleaner and use that to smooth the caulk you'll be fine.

by|Feb 18, 2021

    A:  Take it back. Useless without the rubber tip, which has three difderent radii.

    by|Jun 2, 2021

    A:  Hello RG, You should be able to take it back and get your money back, and then buy one with that is complete. The rubber part rotates for 3 different contours, and it can be removed carefully to simplify cleaning the caulk off.

    by|Jan 21, 2021

    A:  Take it back

    by|Mar 7, 2021

      A:  It doesn’t actually rotate. You have to take it off, turn it and then put it back on.

      by|Mar 6, 2021
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        Q:Where can I get the Husky 3-1 caulking tool?
        by|Aug 7, 2020
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        A:  In store or online

        by|Jun 9, 2021

          A:  home depot should have it in the painting tools aisle. It's a great tool, it has helped speed up caulking the siding I've been installing on my house, and I used it to scrape the old caulk out around our bathtub and then smooth the new caulk in place.

          by|Dec 14, 2020
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          A:  Paint department near the putty knives and paint accoutrements.

          by|Jun 2, 2021

          A:  In the paint department at your local Home Depot. You can also order it on HD website.

          by|Dec 14, 2020
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          A:  I get it in the same aisle as the caulk in the paint department.

          by|Dec 17, 2020
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          Q:Options for dried-on caulk?
          by|Dec 1, 2019
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          A:  or soak the tip in solvent, such as mineral spirits, acetone, or xylene. Careful with xylene, but works well.

          by|Jun 2, 2021

          A:  Try soaking in warm water with some dishwashing soap. If that doesn’t work then I would suggest that you call customer service.

          by|Dec 5, 2019

          A:  I guess it depends on the type of caulk you used... silicon caulk should be able to be peeled off. I wipe it off when done, but there's always a build up over time. I let it cure and then just peel it off. I think I remember the triangle smoother is removable, and you should be able to clean it and slip it back on.

          by|Dec 14, 2020
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          A:  Buy a new one. Theyre cheap and worth it.

          by|Jun 2, 2021

          A:  Check with your local store.

          by|Sep 21, 2021
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          Q:How does the Husky 3-in-1 caulk tool applicator rotate? Also note, that the markings on the thre...
          by|Oct 2, 2019
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          A:  It is like a black rubber glove over the end of the tool. The rubber part can be pulled off and replaced in a different position.

          by|Dec 17, 2020

          A:  Remove it from the tool and put it back in the position desired. Yes, the numbers are hard to read but the tool does a great job for caulking.

          by|Oct 6, 2019

          A:  Pull the rubber tip off the plastic end- its very flexible- and reattach on the end to the desired tip. Look closely at the three tips- you will note that they each have a different radius- one for small corners, medium corners, and large corners.

          by|Jul 21, 2021
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          A:  Just turn the rubber end to radius wanted

          by|Nov 2, 2019

            A:  grip the triangle between your index finger and thumb, and then rotate the handle until you get the profile you want exposed. the triangle comes off for cleaning.

            by|Aug 12, 2020

            A:  It doesn’t “rotate” per say, like on a pivot joint. You can remove the rubber by carefully peeling it off the handle and put back on the handle at the desired measurement. If I’m not mistaken, I believe the measurements are inside the rubber to keep the measurements from fading out.

            by|Nov 9, 2021

              A:  You pull off the little rubber part and then put it back on however you want.

              by|Jul 1, 2021
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                A:  the smoothing part rotates, there are 3 different profiles. grip the triangle shaped disc between your index finger and thumb and twist the handle. It's fairly easy to remove the dried caulk from it as well.

                by|Aug 12, 2020

                A:  Just turn the rubber end by hand to radius wanted

                by|Nov 2, 2019

                  A:  The tool itself doesn't rotate... there is a rubber tip you can pull off and re-seat on the end in 3 different positions that give you 3 different caulk patterns... tight to the seam, slightly out from seam and heavily out from seam... the other end with metal is just up or down motion... fixed position, and in my opinion breaks easily. I used it for 15 minutes before the plastic anchors holding it to the handle snapped while trying to clean up caulk lines...

                  by|Oct 8, 2019
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                  Not good for removing caulk around a porcelain tub
                  The angle is really too wide to get behind the caulk to scape it. With too much force it slips and scratches the porcelain. Not really sure why Husky thought it was a good idea to put metal on a tool to be used on porcelain. Don’t waste your money.
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                    Awesome tool for grouting beveled time. Made the project a lot easier and produced awesome results.
                    Awesome tool for grouting beveled time. Made the project a lot easier and produced awesome results.
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                    Waste of money
                    Steel blade causes scraping damage to porcelain with minimal pressure. tool is poorly designed and not a time saver. The angle and position of the steel blade and scraper prevents caulk removal in corners and the surrounding area. Plastic scraper dulls quickly and useless.
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                      The Allway 3-in 1 Caulk Tool waste of money
                      This Allway caulk removal tool is poorly designed and certainly not a time saver. The angle and position of the steel blade and scraper prevents caulk removal in corners and the immediate surrounding area. Steel blade can easily damage porcelain if not used at exact angle. Plastic scraper dulls quickly and is rendered useless. If you reside in a pre-war building and your bathroom still retains original tiles and porcelain fixtures, avoid using this tool.
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                        OK tool nothing to write home about...
                        OK tool nothing to write home about
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                            It is the best tool for caulking! Made it sooo...
                            It is the best tool for caulking! Made it sooo easy!
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                                  Love this tool! So easy to use! Nicely...
                                  Love this tool! So easy to use! Nicely built, seems like it will last
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