What can’t a reciprocating saw do? Designed to remove grout from tile with minimal dust, the Grout Grabber six-inch adapter fits most reciprocating saws. The Grout Grabber’s two-inch curved-bottom carbide blade makes it easier to make the starting plunge cut into the grout.
You can change the number of blades stacked on the adapter to accommodate joints sized 1/16″ to 1/2″.
The kit includes the adapter, a carbide blade, Allen wrench, and all the necessary hardware for $17 to $25. Each replacement blade runs about $10. Considering that each blade will last about 200 lineal feet, you’ll probably want to have a few extra on hand.