Cramer Fugi Professional Profiling Kit 7
£20.69 (Inc. VAT)
This multifunctional tool can be used for many flexible sealants and caulks.
All pastes, silicone, acrylic and polyurethane can be applied as a sealant, and flexible grouts are able to be formed with the applicator paying attention to the Manufacturer's instructions.
By holding the applicator so that it fits seamlessly to the wall and floor, slight pressure is applied so the flexible cutting edges fit well into the wall angle. Always use the absolutely smooth edge for spreading. Work step by step, by only doing short distances. Should the sealant go above the applicator, stop spreading, and clean the applicator with a household paper towel.
The applicator can be used on all smooth, rough or wave-like surfaces. When working on uneven surfaces push a little harder onto flexible edges.
Cramer kit supplied with:
- 5 Tools - 16 different ways of use:
- 1 x 180°C angle
- 1 x 90°C angle
- 4 x 45°C angle (16, 10, 8, 5mm)
- 3 x concave grooves (r = 5, 10, 15mm)
- 7 x convex shapes (30, 25, 20, 15, 10, 8, 6 x 3mm)
- Swallow-tail tool for tight corners and hard to reach areas
- Stripping knife
Cramer Fugi Professional Profiling Kit 7 Video
£20.69 (Inc. VAT)
Prices last checked on 07/07/2020
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IMHO Fugi applicators give the best looking finnish to mastic sealant. The best approach seems to be to apply excess sealant and then remove the excess in stages. My personal preference is to apply a 10mm 45 degree bead. To achieve this, I apply sealant and then work my way down using the 16, 14, 12 and then 10 mm angles. Wipe excess sealant off the Fugis frequently using kitchen towel or similar. This forces the sealant into the joint and gives an excellent overall finish. It does use more sealant but sealant is cheap and one looks at the finish almost every day. The sledge attachments are used to avoid a dip in the sealant when Fugis are used across the grout line on tiles. One caveat is that the 45 degree angles are designed to work with surfaces that are exactly at right angles to each other. This is rarely the case with walls and worktops or tiles and baths. The curved finishes work better with walls of different angles but personally I prefer the 45 degree finish. I use the Fugis in conjuction with a set of similar tools available on a large online retailers website. They are not as well made as the Fugis but they do have applicators for angles both smaller and larger than right angles. Together has been possible to get a professional finish in every situation that I have encountered in domestic bathrooms and kitchens. Note: A common mistake is to apply beads of sealant that are too small. These can break away easily and lead to water damage to the rear edge of kitchen worktops, behind and below baths etc. Larger sealant beads are more noticeable but work and last much better.
The job is almost complete and it's just that silicone sealer touch to finish off the edges,remember,steady hand,constant pressure on the gun,masking tape and soapy water at the ready.Well forget some of them and invest in a Fugi Applicator Kit. All you need is the the silicone gun and a Fugi,no skill required and first class results every time.The edges and corners all sealed with ease.My first use was to seal between a new ceramic tiled floor and the plinths of the kitchen units.The Fugi gives a clean and even line in a selection of widths and profiles simply,quickly and cleanly.Your friends will say how did you do that.It even gives clean straight seal line between tiles at rightangles With the Fugi kit silicone sealing is so quick,easy and gives everyone proffessional results
I bought this after seeing Charlie DIYte raving about it on his YouTube video. I already have a Fugenboy tool which is similar to this that I was pleased with that but could see the extra advantages of this Cramer tool set whilst watching the video. The guide to span the tile grout lines is particularly useful. The only thing that I would caution against is using the saw tooth tool to remove old silicone because if, like me, you are not in complete control of it you can scratch other surfaces very easily. I resorted to using a sharp wood chisel to remove the rest of the old silicone.