Scrapers and Blades Review
Jones *** on
A solid scraper, with decent craftsmanship. One thing I do not like about this scraper is the plastic handle/storage compartment. Would have been nicer if it were rubber or silicone to give a more comfortable grip.,
Bobby *** on
I purchased this for my job and it has been a great tool and very useful. Great to remove wall paper and strip thick layers of paint. Really easy to use and the blade never not even once broke or slipped out.the product worked as it did.
Gavin *** on
I purchased several of these mini scrapers for work, they are great. Very sturdy and well built. I highly recommend these mini razor scrapers.
Marks *** on
The stainless scraper is definetly what I look for,indeed,it did not let me down.It is small but flexible,highly recommend!
Bert *** on
I am very satisfied with a cap, which means you don't need to flip the razor around to store it safely; you can just cap it. The convenience is nice if you use it a lot.
Overall, I'd recommend this one if you think you'll use it often or if you need to scrape something particularly tough. For occasional use the smaller, cheaper scraper is probably sufficient. Although at low price this one isn't exactly going to break the bank, either.
Gary *** on
I bought this razor scraper for days,and I really like its padded rubber grip,which prevent slipping from my hand. Perfect !
Jordan *** on
Excellent experience!This scraper is very handy,with which I manage to clean those tightest places，I love this professinonal design!
David *** on
I have got this 6 inch scraper for a few days and have started to use it to tint,I have to say that it is really a very good tool,and begin to applaud this shop to my tinter friends.Good items and fast deliverly.
Hunter *** on
I've used these little scrapers everywhere -- home, garage, and office. You might not think such a small handle offers much improvement over a bare blade, but it provides significantly more control and leverage. The blade does not retract, but you can store the scraper by reversing the blade so the sharp edge is inside the handle. Or, if you're lazy like me, you can also wedge the blade between two flat surfaces such as the front & bottom of a drawer.