The carbide grout removing saw blade is the easiest, neatest way to remove a broken tile. The blade grinds out the grout and isolates the damaged tile for easy removal. Because the blade oscillates, the dust from the grout settles neatly along the sides of the tough rather than becoming airborne. The segmented saw blade permits easy access to corners. Use this blade to plunge cut into drywall or to cut porous concrete block. For commercial applications, choose the diamond-coated blade.