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RTC Smart Float System (4 Piece Kit)

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4.4
Rated 4.4 stars
5 Reviews
 
Original price $24.10 - Original price $24.10
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Current price $24.10
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This universal grout float can be used with any grout, on any tile surface

The RTC Smart Float is truly the most economical way to purchase grout floats. Reuse the handle over and over again and simply replace the rubber pad when it wears down. You'll experience an overall savings of nearly 50% when compared to common grout floats.

This float allows for easy cleanup and works great on floors and walls.

Includes

  • 1 Smart Float Handle
  • 1 Red Rubber Pad (Hard)
  • 1 Gray Rubber Pad (Medium)
  • 1 White Rubber Pad (Soft)

Features

  • Extremely Lightweight
  • Ergonomic Handle
  • Anti-abrasion rubber cuts grout clean to tile surface
  • Rubber float pad is easily replaceable
  • Different pads for different applications
4.4
Rated 4.4 stars
Based on 5 reviews
Total 5 star reviews: 3 Total 4 star reviews: 1 Total 3 star reviews: 1 Total 2 star reviews: 0 Total 1 star reviews: 0
80%would recommend these products
5 reviews
  • XW
    Xelle W.
    Verified Buyer
    RTC Diamond Turbo Hole Saws
    Reviewing
    RTC Diamond Turbo Hole Saws
    I recommend this product
    Rated 4 stars
    4 days ago
    Durable

    The saw was very durable. I cut about 30+ holes in 1" thick stone and the saw has still has life left. If I had a complaint it would be that it's slow. Be nice to have a non continuous rim. It'd be fine for something thinner than I was cutting though. I actually used my grinder to cut the rim a bit and that seemed to help. Good tool, I'll buy again.

  • RH
    Rob H.
    Verified Buyer
    RTC Porcelain Pro Drill Bits
    Reviewing
    RTC Porcelain Pro Drill Bits
    I recommend this product
    Rated 5 stars
    4 weeks ago
    Well worth it

    Not close to 50 holes, but I was going through commercial kitchen floor tile (and the concrete beneath) and it did a fine job with just pouring a small amount of water on it as I drilled. Love the "poker rod" for ejecting the plug, easier than the bits that have a side notch. (eject the plug as soon as you stop drilling; it's harder to get out when it cools off.

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