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    got some mould in the groves in between the tiles in the bathroom, now is there such a thing as a V shaped tool, that has a Sharpe edge that i can drag in the gap to remove the mould ? so i can refill with fresh grout

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    A dremel is much easier!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diet1985 View Post
    A dremel is much easier!!!

    whith what head ? got a link

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    grabbing links now..


    Or use a fein... never used it before myself but ppl swear by them

    Fein.
    http://www.ceramictiletools.co.uk/tag/fein

    Dremel
    http://www.twenga.co.uk/dir-Garden-D...sh,Grout-12760

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    Any DIY store will have a tool to your description am sure mate... one designed soley for that use

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diet1985 View Post
    grabbing links now..


    Or use a fein... never used it before myself but ppl swear by them

    Fein.

    Dremel
    Fein £300

    Dremel £10

    thanks i know which one to go for now

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    the gf used a dosmestos produst that got it all white and clean again

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    i used a tool that has a sharp edge on it cost only a few quid, did the job for me

    dremmel probably more fun

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    Quote Originally Posted by Diet1985 View Post
    A dremel is much easier!!!
    I got the grout removal head in the Dremel kit I bought. Haven't used it yet but will be using it soon, so will soon see how good it is. From what I've read it's a damn site quicker than any hand method.

    The manual method is with one of these type of things...



    Must take flippin' ages though!

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    thats the one i used in duncans post, worked ok for me didnt take too long, grout came out quite easy

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