"Worked a treat. Had some old sealant around my bath, trimmed of with Stanley knife then applied the remover left for 30 minutes then scraped off with plastic unibond tool. Took a few attempts to get completely rid of the old sealant but worked well."
"Only used this for one day so far and I can say it is a top investment. I would recommend this at twice the price to be honest and it would still be cheaper than the branded alternative. Works perfectly well so you won't improve on that! Only takes 15 mins to melt the silicone sealant , just enough time for a cup of tea before you need to get started, so everything is spot on!! This product is fab!"
"I bought this to remove the silicone around a window frame that had become mouldy, and it was very easy to use, the bottle is quite small, but ive done 3 windows now and still have some left, its also good at tidying up the new silicone as i always seem to get it everywhere!!"
"Used this product to remove old sealant in shower. Remove as much old sealant as you can (I used Unibond Sealant Smoother & Remover Tool 99849). Apply using the brush supplied, wait 15mins then scrape off the residue with Unibond tool. A final clean with meths (No Nonsense Methylated Spirits 13028) leaves a nice surface for applying new sealant."
"I had heard that a silicone-removal product was in existence, but hadn't needed to bother about finding it until this week. Asked on the off-chance at Screwfix and the assistant produced this gel. Tried it out as soon as I got home to remove silicone sealant from an indoor window frame, and it has proved to be excellent. The sealant came away easily after 15mins (as directed) and left a perfectly clean surface. Nice pot size too! - who needs mammoth amounts when it's DIY and infrequent use!"
"I was renewing the silicone around my shower tray. I purchased this sealant remover to get rid of the residue after cutting the majority of silicone away. It worked a treat and would recommend this product to everyone looking to do the same. An excellent product with great results."
"I was having trouble removing old silicone sealer from my shower tray, which had black mould growing behind it. Googled ideas and got some of this stuff. Did exactly what it was meant to. Too 3 applications ( there was a lot of layers I think), but did the job with a minimum of scraping. Highly recommended!"
"Dubious at first, but decided to buy after reading other reviews. Removed as much old sealer as possible using a sharp knife then applied the product as the instructions and left for 30 minutes rather than the 15 suggested. The remaining old sealer was easily scraped off."
"After years of trying to remove silicon, from bodged jobs on caravans, decided to give it a go, left it on for 1 hour, and the job was a doddle Had to give thick areas second coat, but a cup of tea later, worked a treat. Wish i tried it years ago."
"tried this after using a more costly brand and had to take it all out again because it leaked, bought this because reviews were so good, very few negative one's. easy to apply, is a bit thick but goes on nice and smooth, very tidy to use , is said to dry quick but I left it 24hrs as did not want to chance it, been on a week now and no leaks so far!"
"Bought this to remove sealant from a shower unit I had to re-use. Shopped around a bit locally (Huntingdon area), this was the best value I could find. It was very effective, didn't damage any surface I used it on including anodised metal, easy to remove the sealant and then any surplus and was very safe to use. Saved me hours of careful scraping!"
"Looked at reviews before buying. This appeared better than the more expensive big name alternative. For the 'Professional' I can see it not being so good as time is money, but for the DIY'er I'd definitely recommend. Resealing mouldy shower I tried the Unibond sealant remover tool ... absolutely got nowhere. Bought this and tried following instructions, leave 15mins ... very poor. Applied healthy coat of product and went and watched some TV for an hour minimum. Then with Unibond sealer removal tool 95% of the old sealant easily peeled off. Followed with a second lighter coat, again left for an hour and job done. As I was on nightshifts at the time I was also too lazy to remove excess old sealer as advised so really saved me a load of scraping work."