A: Use 1 blade for thinner grout lines and 2 blades for wider grout lines. A single blade clears approximately 1/16 in. W grout joints. Use more than 1-blade at a time for wider grout lines. Mount up to 5 blades for grout joints up to 1/2 in. W.
A: No. The QEP Professional Grout Saw is designed to easily remove old, dirty or pitted grout. You may want to consider, Model #22700Q for cutting tile. This Wet tile saw cuts thick tiles up to a 1-1/4 in. depth.
A: Yes. Works very very well
A: Yes, as long as you have room to work.
A: The abrasive blade is very good but thick. Not good for thin grout lines. For thin grout lines, Xacto makes a thick SAW blade that worked well for me.
A: No. The individual blades measure 1/10 inch wide. (0.10")
A: Thank you for your inquiry. Yes and you may want to consider Model # 75011Q replacement/add-on blades.Each blade removes approximately 1/16 in. width of the grout joint. Simply attach 1 to 5 additional blades to the adapter plate, depending on the width of the grout joint. The Grout Grabber fits also any reciprocating saw. The motion of the saw does the work that you would manually have to do with the hand tool on large jobs.
A: Maybe if you can get the two blades apart
A: it comes with two blades 1 for 1/8" 2 for 1/4" you may try a hack saw blade for 1/16 grout line.
A: Works easily and well.