|Chisel Tip Width (In.)||1-3/4||Product Depth (in.)||1 in|
|Product Height (in.)||7.5 in||Product Width (in.)||1.75 in|
|Chisel Tip Style||Cutting||Hand Tool Type||Chisel|
|Tools Product Type||Hand Tool|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Lifetime Guarantee|
A: Yes, there is warranty on the tools.
A: Yes, this tool should work for you.
A: Mine works well on brick faced homes in Washington state but the work is rougher then finished. We are passing through HVAC venting. For finer nuts look at a grinder or saw with a proper blade.
A: Yes it will.
A: I used the tool to chisel a nice rectangular cut out in my brick wall (after first using my cutoff wheel to cut an outline grove) when installing an outside recessed receptacle and it worked very well. Not too big or too small. It has enough beef and weight to chisel clean lines in the brick and mortar but also small enough that you can control it without it being too large and clumsy. I feel it is the perfect balance of size and weight to handle those patio blocks.
A: I believe it would. Precutting or scoring the block prior to using the chisel might ensure success.
A: Yes you could. I’d recommend pulling the toilet during any tile work around that flange. Once the floor is ready you could re-install the toilet.
A: This chisel should work as long as you are very careful.
A: Not if you want the tile(s) undamaged. Try a Grout Saw.
A: I used this tool when installing an outside receptacle. After using my cutoff wheel to create the rough cut, this chisel worked very well to finish and create a nice rectangle cutout for my receptacle. It's not too big or too small but beefy enough to tackle the brick and mortar. As far as chipping out grout, it really depends on the width of your grout lines. This one could chip your tile if it made contact. But if you are wanting to also bust up the tile around the toilet then yes I would recommend this. If you are only chipping out grout like you stated in your question (and not removing tile), I would use those small grout removal tools where you "saw" back and forth in the grout lines. It makes the grout powdery, then you can Shop Vac up the dust.