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Red Devil wood scrapers feature plastic handles, and remove paint and varnish from wood with a double edged steel blade (which can be re-sharpened and replaced). Available in 1" and 1.5" sizes.
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Red Devil Wood Scrapers 1
Red Devil Scrapers
Scrapers and Blades
i need blades only where can i buy them /?
I have found them at better (old-fashioned) hardware stores and I believe also at Sherwin-Willams Paint stores. I am surprised Jamestown does not carry them.
I've always ordered mine from JD online, I do believe some hardware stores like Ace stock them but that always seemed hit or miss.
From Jamestown Distributors--you may have heard of it.
How do I sharpen this blade? And how often, I am useing it on a tree stump and roots. This wood has many layers and angles.....Is there a better or curved tool. I think I need a few choices, Signed Wearin out
Have no clue- we only used for flat scraping and works great for that. Sorry, Good luck with your project.
Thanks John...You are so right. I bought one lovin it. Sawed off the stump except what I needed for the stand.
This tool is intended to scrape small flat or convex areas for paint or varnish removal or surface smoothing and it is excellent for this purpose. I sharpen it with a file. It is neither intended nor suitable for stump reduction. John
best scrapers ever1
I looked at every paint store in Saint joseph, mo. for these. The only answers I got were1. I haven't seen one of those for over 20 years, but people always ask for them! Duh! 2. at a Sherwin Williams store, nope we do not cary those, but the guys are always asking for them! Hum. Duh again! No one has them that I can find; so on the web I went,and walla! thank you!
mike the rehab specialist
saint joseph, mo.
Not bad but I prefer my Warner 4 varnish
You have to work hard to get consistent varnish shavings off the workpiece with this tool. I use it only in small areas. The Warner scrapers produce consistent, predictable shavings with little effort on larger areas.
Not bad for the price
The blade slides out sometimes if you down move in a perfectly straight line. There is a blade stuck in my bildge below my water tank now thanks to this product.