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Removing Broken Floor Tile

video Removing Broken Floor Tile
Removing Broken Floor Tile with the Dremel Multi-MaxTM and the 1/8" Grout Blade #MM500 and Sanding Paper #MM900 w/ Sanding Pad #MM11
The way the video has been presented is really very good and descriptive. http://www.expressflooring.com/tile.php

The post is really very good and interesting, thanks.
http://www.flooring2day.com
hardlec4 years ago
hoping for a reply from the author: 1: Any hope of an oscillating tool that uses some of the bits from the regular dremel, especially the polishing stuff. 2: will this tool cut the heavy wall PVC pipe uses as water mains? I have a few fountain projects, but the heavy tube has: a: Melted a dremel b: worn out several saber-saw bits c: defied efforts to cut it with a skilsaw (8 in rotary saw) I'd also like see dremel's take on a uni-mat.
tok24 years ago
ironic how all these comments are biased on being "spam" when its just "clever marketing" I will personally never use a dremel since they don't last long with the wear and tear i put them through, but as a hobby tool it is great. Obviously they are advertising for their own (who wouldn't?) Being biased enough to rant about it being spam rather than looking past the obvious. I don't own aforementioned rotary tool of said brand but that doesn't make me rant about how bad/good it is. (No, i'm not polishing my halo) good tutorial, but references to actual names of the tools would be greatly appreciated.
spam
I completely disagree.
....If they hadn't specifically used a dremel tool, then it wouldn't be....
Hardly! If I use a Dremel tool in one of my Instructables and say something like ...pick up your dremel and... is it spamming? No.
....a regular person making an instructable with a dremel in it would be fine....it's just when companies create profiles just to show off their own products......
How do you know other instructables using a Dremel aren't Dremel in disguise? It doesn't matter, its just they use a Dremel. Its a helpful tutorial, and its appreciated by people with a Dremel. Its not spam. (11% of that comment was the word "Dremel")
I utterly disagree.
keng5 years ago
hmmmmm....spam or not spam?...I'm not sure here.