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Grout Grabber

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″.

Grout Grabber Cutters

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.

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9 Responses to Remove Grout With A Recip Saw Not A Dremel

  1. fred says:

    My guys may not be as steady as the fellow pictured here – but when we tried this tool – we found it to be too herky-jerky for quality work – even on larger floor tiles.
    We had thought this might be a lower cost alternative to Fein blades but using the Fein Multimaster with a segmented blade is much much better.

  2. rbb says:

    This may finally get me off my b*tt to re-grout the basement bathroom floor…

  3. Frank Hicinbothem says:

    They don’t show you what the demo site looked like 30 seconds later. 🙂

    I think I’d probably rig up a guide so’s not to scratch the heck out of those pretty blue tiles.

  4. Bill Kearney says:

    Raise your hands, everyone that knows the “Destroyzall” nickname for these saws. Attaching this will only extend the destruction to tile surfaces. This after having tried to actually use one myself. Your better choice might be a RotoZip sort of tool with the grout kit. Pickup a bunch of extra bits as you WILL cook them faster than you’d like…

  5. fred says:

    RE:Bill Kearney Says:

    I’m glad to hear that we were not the only ones who could not get this tool to work. I was being kind in my earlier post when I said we could not get it to do quality work.

    But I stick with my recommendation about the Multimaster – forget the Dremel and its larger brother RotoZip (both form Skil-Bosch – and both having their place) and go with the Fein.

  6. paresh says:

    nice article.

  7. Brau says:

    I have a serious concern about rock dust getting into the reciprocating mechanism and ruining the tool, in the same manner as orbital sanders can’t be used to sand gyproc and other fine rock based products – screws up the bearings.

  8. Buster says:

    They are tricky to use. I got it to clean up my grout. I ended up attaching the blade to a wooden dowel and using it by hand to scrape the offending bad grout out – basically I was just scratching the surface (not removing all the grout and for that purpose it worked well.)

  9. Chris says:

    Hello guys. My name is Chris and I am an employee of the Grout Grabber Company. I am sorry to hear that so many of you are having problems with our tool. I will attach a link to a Grout Grabber video where you can see how this is done properly. As you will see in the video, the man starts off slowly, almost making a starter channel for his blade to follow in. Once he has a path made he increases the speed, and you will have no problems keeping the blade in the joint. It’s all in the speed control of your saw, please let me know if anyone finds this helpful.


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