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Fein Starlock Plus Teak Blades for Boat Deck Repair
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Reviews for Fein Starlock Plus Teak Blades for Boat Deck Repair

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January 20, 2019

This tool is great for cutting out old culk
By Timika from Grosse Pointe Woods, MI

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The caulk channels in 1989 my boat are a 1/4" wide. I first tried a utility knife and scrapper. It took way too much time and energy. Then I tried a router. That was way too hard too control. So I bought the Fein 1/4" cutter and found it fit too tight in the channel as it would drift off and start cutting into the teak :-( So then I got the 3mm cutter. I go down one side then down the other side of the channel. Takes longer but is much easier to control. Also the bottom of the cutter has a rounded bottom so you will have to scrap the caulk out of the bottom corners with a caulk scraper.

January 2, 2016

clean and sharp
By uncle lester from Washington DC

Verified Purchase

Great blade. Stays sharp a very long time. Used it for teak seam caulk removal but also good for cutting coves lines in hull planking. Wish they also made a 60° "V" blade and a 2 mm blade.

June 9, 2015

Excellent Blade!
By D Summers from Huntington Beach, CA

Excellent Blade! I used it to remove the caulk from the entire deck on my 42' Grand Banks. Big Job and it held up. It works on different oscillating tools. Be sure to choose the correct blade width...too small and you will have to pass twice on groove to fully remove caulk.

April 14, 2019

I would buy and use again.
By Crazy guy from Westport CT

Verified Purchase

It requires a steady hand and good eye sight. It will cut the teak just as easy as the old grout.

May 18, 2010

Fein multimaster teak blades
By Yacht Thirdreef from Brunswick ME

Just purchased a 4mm blade and used it to remove seam compound on my 36' Grand Banks. It was easy to use, but as I was only repairing a few seams, making the joins to the existing seam compound was a bit tricky. Complete reseaming of the whole deck would be a long task.

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