Carbide Blade Features Four Sharp, Long-Lasting Edges
Mini-Scraper– You'll Wonder How You Ever Got Along Without It. It's such a simple idea and the perfect marriage between existing cutting-edge technology and an entirely new application. Simply fasten a carbide insert to the end of a comfortable handle and Voila, you have Woodpeckers newest tool, a superhandy mini-sized scraper. This tool excels at glue removal and is an effective wood scraper that delivers a finish quality cut in tight spaces regular scrapers and sandpaper can't reach.
Woodpeckers' Solid Carbide Blade Takes a Lickin.
Woodworkers know carbide tooling holds a sharp edge far longer than regular tool steel. That's why it's widely used on saw blades and router bits. Some years ago, carbide insert tooling was introduced on spiral cutter heads for jointers and planers. This tooling not only offered a long lasting, sharp edge; it also featured the convenience of four sharp edges on each insert. A nick in a knife was easily cured by simply loosening the screw and rotating the insert 90°.
With Woodpeckers New Mini-Scraper you get the same reusable convenience.
Furthermore, our standard insert's edges are ground with a slight camber to help prevent marring your wood surface; the same cambering practice many woodworkers apply to their hand plane blades and card scrapers. An optional, perfectly square and straight-edge insert is also available. It's the insert to use for dead straight scraping in 90° corners.
Scrapes Wet Or Dry Glue, Works Great In Tight Corners, Won't Rust.
Woodpeckers Mini-Scraper's rugged carbide blade will pop the toughest dried glue right off your work. And the Mini-Scraper really shines removing most glue from the inside corners of cabinet assemblies and other boxes. When you find dreaded dried glue in a tight corner Woodpeckers Mini-Scraper will remove it with ease.
You can scrape dry wood using either a pushing or pulling motion. Use the pushing motion with the handle at low angle for an aggressive, bulldozer-like cut. To produce a finish quality cut, use the pulling motion with the handle held at a high angle, like 60° on harder woods and about 40° for softer woods.
You can easily clean excess glue on your scraper with a wet rag and get this– because carbide steels are free of iron the blade won't rust; nor will the super tough, polycarbonate handle.