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Unread 10-23-2020, 10:20 AM   #1
Restoreman
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Tools to remove grout from thin joints

I have used several brands of 1/16” carbide blades - both with oscillating tools and rotary tools. They wear down fast and don’t always get too deep into the grout because of the thickness.
I was thinking about diamond instead of carbide. I would also like to find a blade thinner than 1/16” ( i.e. 1 mm)
If anyone has tried such a blade out, please let me know your experience (blade life, speed of removal, etc.) and the brand/ model number of your blade?
I was told that some of the very thin diamond blades (small discs) for a Dremel like tool clog to easily or break to easily.
Thanks
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