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4.5 in. 50-Grit Wood Deck Tool

  • Removes stubborn coatings to reveal the original color
  • Unique design speeds up the process saving time and money
  • Chemical-free solution is ideal for decks, hardwood floors, etc.
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Product Overview

Diamabrush for Decks is the fastest, most effective way to remove stubborn coatings and get back to original wood. Save time, save money, save your weekend with Diamabrush. Use to Remove and Prep in one simple step on textured coatings, weathered decks and painted decks. A chemical free operation.
  • Refinish your deck in 1 day
  • Prepares old worn decks for coating
  • Sands wood to maximize coating adhesion
  • Remove and prep in 1 simple step
  • Diamabrush for decks is a chemical-free solution
  • For decks, hardwood floors and wood siding
  • Strips up to 500 sq. ft.
  • Fits standard 5/8 in. angle grinders

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Specifications

Dimensions

Individual Product Height (in.)
1.25
Individual product length (in.)
4.5
Individual Product Width (in.)
4.5
Product Depth (in.)
4.5 in
Product Height (in.)
1.25 in
Product Width (in.)
4.5 in

Details

Color Family
Black
Decking Hardware Type
Other Deck Hardware
Fastener/Connector Material
Plastic
Number in Package
1
Returnable
90-Day
Total Product Weight (lb.)
0.64

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Covers any defects or malfunctions of your new diamabrush deck tool

Questions & Answers

29Questions41Answers

How does it handle screwheads?

Asked by chall April 11, 2021
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I only took the paint off. I just skimmed over the screws. I don't think it's made to take screwheads off. It might damage the blad.

My Chicago 4 1/2 inch angle grinder is an 11,000 RPM and 4.5 A. Will this work or will it be to w...

Asked by Cajun1961 February 7, 2021
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I read all those reviews saying that you need a 10 amp grinder but this works just fine on my smaller one.

do u sale replacement blades for the 4.5 in diamabrush

Asked by holly September 6, 2020
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no

Can you replace the diamond pad

Asked by Mel August 17, 2020
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I don’t think you can replace the diamond pieces. Diamabrush doesn’t sell them separately.

Can i use this with dewalt dwe401 angle grinder? The rpm is 12,000. I noticed that the diamabrush is designed for 10,000 rpm.

Asked by Scot June 27, 2020
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My Dewalt is 11,000rpm and I used it. But tread lightly because it will rip up what you're trying to clean. Hold it just light enough that you keep the grinder in check, do not put much pressure at all to clean surface.

How would this do on old cedar shingles that are cupped?

Asked by Kirk June 8, 2020
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It works like CRAZY SANDPAPER! PUSH GENTLY AND IT WILL MAKE SAW DUST - PUSH HARD AND YOU WILL GET PAPER thin chips.

I want to resurface my of dinner table and chairs. This means even it getting back to nude wood a...

Asked by Frank42 June 1, 2020
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not made for finish work...made for stripping paint off old deck ... use hand sander..start with 80 grit, up to 220 for finish.

Can I use this with a 7" grinder? I think it has a 5/8" thread.

Asked by Buster May 23, 2020
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I would imagine this is not ideal if you need to get into tight spots. I also think 7 inch grinder would be too powerful - I used on a 4.5 inch grinder that exceeded recommendations and it was gouging wood

Can I use this on a mildly curved surface? I have large (~18" diameter) columns that need stripped before painting.

Asked by Sarah May 20, 2020
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Although you could, this is designed for flat surfaces. The results may require extra sanding or shaping after stripping is done This tool can take off a lot of wood along with your paint if you are not careful.If you do decide to try it, I would suggest using a variable speed grinder and practicing a lot on another painted surface so that you get the feel for the tool and it's ability to remove the paint off the surface. A better and safer option for you and the column would be to chemically strip the column and then sand it smooth after.

Can it remove paint from siding?

Asked by Tunji May 18, 2020
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Yes, it’ll remove paint from wood siding. I used it to strip pine floors that had 3 layers of paint on them. Be careful, it’s pretty aggressive. It’s easy to gouge swirl marks into the wood.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.3
    out of 374 reviews
  • 85% recommend this product
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Unbelievably awesome! Made short work of 130 years of paint...
Unbelievably awesome! Made short work of 130 years of paint on a porch without damaging the old growth pine beneath. Watch the how to videos and get er done.
by HomeDepotCustomer
works like a charm
I used this on my deck that had a rustolium gritty texture deck paint. It was like asphalt and this was the only product that would work efficiently. It did take three heads to get the job done due to the extensive area size but I am competely satisfied with diamabrushes ability to deliver. I will purchase again even if the price is $50.
by Gilliemonster
This thing will get the job done! It takes some getting used to but works really well to get toug...
This thing will get the job done! It takes some getting used to but works really well to get tough material off. I used it to get black mastic off an old wood floor. It did the trick. Just be aware that it makes a mess sending material scraped off everywhere. Probably best for outdoor use but for my job it was a necessity. I also used the diamabrush floor buffer attachment for the larger areas of the floor and this attachment for the smaller areas. Without this tool I could not of completed the job.
by Floor
Fast removal of paint or restore on deck.
Diamabrush stripped old Deck Restore in a day; saving 2 days labor with a belt sander. Be sure to sink any nails or deck screws before using Diamabrush, insuring maximum coverage with the product.
by Dave050
3 people found this helpful
I bought a few of these discs to quickly remove the heavy deck paint and the top skin of the wood...
I bought a few of these discs to quickly remove the heavy deck paint and the top skin of the wood, resulting in a new deck look. I had rented previously a large upright sander tool with sand paper, but it did not remove the paint and wood like the discs did.
by Kiwi
2 people found this helpful
I've purchased 2 of these deck tools to remove paint off of our deck from the previous owner. The...
I've purchased 2 of these deck tools to remove paint off of our deck from the previous owner. The first one I wasn't as careful as I should have been around the screw heads & it only lasted 140 square feet or so. I also wasn't aware that I should keep the deck tool level with the deck which apparently caused it to wear out prematurely per the manufacturer. After the 1st deck tool wore out that quickly, I used cheaper flap discs on the deck areas around the screws & kept the tool flat to the deck surface while using. The tool still looks brand new using these techniques (picture included) after 100 SF or so. I would recommend following the same strategies to prolong the life of this tool. The manufacturer stands behind their product & quickly replied to my concerns over the premature wear of the 1st tool purchased. Contact them if you have any issues.
by cobluesky
2 people found this helpful
I am removing about 3 layers of paint from the original cedar siding on a house that was built in...
I am removing about 3 layers of paint from the original cedar siding on a house that was built in 1937. The siding isnt perfectly flat, it is a little bit cupped, therefore I have to move the tool up and down rather then right to left as recommended. However, it performs extremely well and if you use anything but light pressure you will really eat the wood.
by John
1 person found this helpful
Used for exterior trim and fascia paint removal. Works pretty good! Granted i used an 18v ryobi g...
Used for exterior trim and fascia paint removal. Works pretty good! Granted i used an 18v ryobi grinder which chewed through batteries but it did the job fine. Having said that if you have a plug in grinder you should be in even better shape so you dont have to worry about batteries. It takes a little bit to get the feel for it but overall it was much better than using a manual scraper and/or those discs you attach to power drills. The most important rule of using stuff like this (and power tools in general) is let the tool to the work- dont push down on the surface. I didnt buy the optional shroud as it costs more than the unit itself which is kind of baffling, but if you wear eye protection and a dust mask like I did you should be good to go.
by limelight
2 people found this helpful
Great product, worked great in my deck...
Great product, worked great in my deck
by BILL
I used this product to remove "Olympia rescue it" paint I applied several years ago. The disc is...
I used this product to remove "Olympia rescue it" paint I applied several years ago. The disc is rigid and because old deck boards are bowed or cupped shaped it is very difficult to remove the paint. You have to tilt the disc to reach the hard places. The biggest problem is avoiding the deck screws which will ruin your blade. You have to take the time to drive the screws deeper usually by hammering. After using the disc for a while you will get proficient with how to hold the angle grinder. Be sure to use a grinder that has 10 amp capacity because a 7 amp grinder will probably burn up. The key thing to do is to avoid applying pressure on the disc and let the weight of the grinder do the work. Wear knee pads or use a foam boards.to rest your knees on.
by Duane
1 person found this helpful
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