To remove silicone sealant from glass, slice if off using a utility knife. Coat the remaining sealant with silicone remover, and leave it on for the amount of time indicated by the manufacturer. The sealant should take n... More »

To remove silicone sealant, clear the area surrounding the sealant, wash the entire tile area, and cut the sealant away from the tile. Residue can also be removed with chemical agents that won't scratch the tile. More »

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One highly rated shower sealant is the GE Silicone II 10.1-oz. Clear Kitchen and Bath Caulk. This product receives a majority of 5- and 4-star reviews, notes Home Depot. More »

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The best way to remove silicone sealant is to use a utility knife or razor to slice the material off. Use of a scouring pad laced with alcohol, mineral spirits or acetone removes any silicone sealant left after slicing w... More »

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Silicone sealant can be removed from glass by using a combination of silicone solvent and a putty knife to scrape the silicone off. The solvent is used to make the silicone softer and more pliable while the putty knife i... More »

Remove silicone from tile by using a knife or razor blade to cut away any frayed silicone from the edges of tiles. Splash water on the silicone to loosen it and make it easier to cut away. Create a thick paste by using o... More »

Cut the linoleum into 6-inch wide strips with a utility knife, and pull them up one by one to remove glued linoleum from the floor. If the linoleum is glued to a wooden floor that homeowners want to maintain, cut the str... More »

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