This thing works great! We did 1,300 SF of mastic removal today and the tool shows very little wear if any. I am truly impressed with the finish the tool left behind.
Works really well on removing adhesive residue as long as there is not large mounds or globs of glue left on the slab. Saves tremendous amounts of time on floor scraping and preparation to install other resilient flooring or ceramic tile, and wood onto the sub-floor.
I recently purchased the Diamabrush Hand Tool for removal of epoxy. I've been in the industry for 30 years. I have never seen a tool remove so quickly as this tool. It probably saved me 80% of the time it would normally take. It also left me a perfect profile for putting in a new
This is one of those tools that does positive things to your psyche. I suggest buying a dust shroud as well. In short...I was smiling, grunting, and feeling pretty darn powerful while operating this grinder. After hours of trying various methods to remove paint from concrete to prepare for tile (Larry, Steel brush cup grinder,
I never write reviews. I live in remote Alaska, where renting from home depot isn't a viable option. I needed something to remove old, flaking epoxy paint from my hangar floor, about 300 sq ft. I bought two of these while in the lower 48 in hopes that it would work. I only needed 1.
I stripped a varnished 350 sq ft redwood deck in about 12 hours. The tool was fabulous. I am a 61 yr old woman with arthritic hands--I think a fit younger person could've completed the job in 8 hours or less. We are thrilled with outcome! We live in a rural area and renting a