If you’ve ever tried to remove hardened construction adhesive or caulking, you know how labor intensive the job can be. Well, it just got a lot easier thanks to the Spyder Scraper from Simple Man Products.

Simply attach the 3” wide blade to any standard reciprocating saw, and watch as it cuts through the dried gunk in seconds. It’s perfect for removing adhesive from floors.

Watch this video to find out more.

2 COMMENTS

  1. I was wondering if there is a waterproof paint that could be applied to the subfloor before installing parquet flooring to make the flooring more moisture resistant? I have pets that sometimes have accidents on the wood flooring. Thanks

  2. I’m not seeing a solution here for removing clear adhesive caulk. To seal a new stainless kitchen, I bought a tube of clear, what I thought was silicone caulk, that was actually fast drying adhesive caulk. Trying to scrape it off is pretty ineffective and results in scratches to both the sink and countertop.

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