Woodpeckers MSCRAPE Mighty Mini-Scraper
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Our Solid Carbide Blade Starts Sharp, Stays Sharp. Woodworkers know carbide tooling holds a sharp edge for a long time. Some years ago, carbide insert tooling was first used on spiral cutter heads for jointers and planers. This tooling offered four sharp edges on each insert. The Mini-Scraper delivers the same reusable convenience.
Get a finish quality cut using a pulling motion with the Mini-Scraper at a high angle. Our standard insert's edges are ground with a slight camber to help prevent marring your wood surface. We also offer an optional, perfectly square insert for getting into square corners.
Scrapes Wet Or Dry Glue, Works Great In Tight Corners, Won't Rust. The Mini-Scraper's rugged carbide blade will pop the toughest dried glue right off your work. When you find dreaded dried glue in a tight corner, the Mini-Scraper removes it with ease. You can scrape dry wood using a pushing motion at a low angle for an aggressive, bulldozer-like cut. To produce a finish quality cut, use a pulling motion with the handle held at a high angle.
You can easily clean wet glue on your scraper with a wet rag and the tool won't rust. That's because carbide steels are free of iron and the handle is a super-tough, polycarbonate plastic. Our standard blade (left) has cambered edges to prevent gouging the work. An optional square blade (right) gets into square corners.
Like all Woodpeckers tools, the Mini-Scraper is made in the U.S.A.