15 Tile Removal Tools: With Images and Uses

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 In this article, we will discuss 15 tile removal tools.

Tiles ( Building Tiles) are thin slabs of brick earth, burnt in a kiln. These are very thinner than bricks and have a high tendency to crack and twist in drying and burning than normal bricks and are more responsible for breakage.

Therefore, great care is needed in their manufacture. They should be dried in the shade, burnt, and cooled gradually in specially made kilns.

While removing tiles you need to take care of safety measures.


  1. Tile Removal Tools List  


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1. HammerHammerUsed for breaking, bending, shaping, etc.
2. Sledge HammerHammerUsed for demolition jobs where high force is needed.
3. Demolition ForkDemolition ForkUsed for wood flooring, tile flooring, pallets, etc.
4. Floor ScraperFloor ScraperUsed to remove layers of flooring material.
5. Masonry ChiselMasonry ChiselUsed for scoring, trimming, or shaping materials such as brick and stone.
6. Air HammerAir HammerUsed to carve in stone, and to break or cut metal objects apart.
7. Flat Pry BarFlat Pry BarUsed for prying, scraping, and pulling.
8. Safety MaskSafety MaskUsed to protect the wearer from breathing dangerous clouds of dust, fumes, or gases.
9. Safety glovesSafety glovesUsed to protect the wearer’s hands from cuts and lacerations when handling sharp and dangerous objects
10. JackhammerJackhammerUsed to demolish flooring surface.
11. Power GroutPower Grout removal tooUsed to attack very tough grout, including sanded or epoxy-based grout
12. Safety GooglesSafety GooglesUsed to protect the wearer’s eyes from flying debris, dust, smoke, and corrosive chemicals.
13. Noise Canceling HeadphonesNoise Canceling HeadphonesUsed to protect ears from loud noise produced by machines, vehicles, tools, etc.
14. Wheel BarrowWheel BarrowUsed for carrying materials.
15. Trim PullerTrim PullerUsed to safely and easily remove baseboards, molding, door casings, and decorative panels.



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