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I'm replacing the framed glass shower with a frame-less one. The old shower glass and frame is out, but I can't get all the silicone off. There's still a fairly thick residue that won't come off.

The problem is the tile used around the shower is textured and not smooth, so I can't just scrape it off with a razor blade.

Anyone have ideas of how to completely remove the residue that's left?
 

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Grinder and wire wheel? ;) LOL
 

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You need one of those attachments for a drill/dremel that take modeling glue off stuff. Something like this:

 

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Ether has worked for me when removing glues and whatnot I have never tried it on silicone though.
 

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I have some fine grit attachments and buffers for my dremel tool. I may try that and see what happens.


Keep the ideas coming!
 

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Rectangle erasor, use to keep'm in my tool box for that very thing.
 

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