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Neat closeable Razor Scraper

Postby Dale Finch » Tue Mar 20, 2018 10:54 am

I went into Advance Auto the other day, and on my way out, saw this folding scraper razor. It was wrapped in plastic, so I couldn't check it out, but was only about $4 or 5, so I bought one. After opening it up there in the store, I turned around and bought a second one. I really like it! I used it last night to scrape the gasket and "gunk" from the PTO I was rebuilding. Worked great, and because it locks open and closed, it's safe enough to keep in my toolbox! :D
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Re: Neat closeable Razor Scraper

Postby Bob McCarty » Tue Mar 20, 2018 11:45 am

Does it store blades in the handle like a utility knife does?
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Re: Neat closeable Razor Scraper

Postby Dale Finch » Tue Mar 20, 2018 3:25 pm

No...start redesigning!!
The best part is that since it isn't the retractable kind, it doesn't collapse on you while using it! You can put a lot of pressure on it.

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Re: Neat closeable Razor Scraper

Postby John *.?-!.* cub owner » Fri Mar 23, 2018 1:40 pm

If you do not have an Advance Auto in your area, you can also get it from Amazon for 9.95. Higher than Advance, but if your order runs over $25 you will get free shipping on items that are not 3rd party items. It comes with plastic blades, but the regular single edge blades will also fit.
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Re: Neat closeable Razor Scraper

Postby AL Farmall Boy » Fri Jun 22, 2018 9:16 am

Dale Finch wrote:No...start redesigning!!
The best part is that since it isn't the retractable kind, it doesn't collapse on you while using it! You can put a lot of pressure on it.


Amen to that! I need to get one and throw that metal "collapsible" one away fast!
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Re: Neat closeable Razor Scraper

Postby mozer71 » Sun Jun 24, 2018 2:59 am

I do know about razor shearing, actually shearing rust off. I've proposed this method since the '90's because. Because I just couldn't see using heavy wire brushes or abrasives to precise surfaces. Rust release agents allow a sharp blade at varying angles to cut the oxidation off, closer to the root. This allows the intact surfaces as registers and the pitted ones, oil carrying channels.
So I will buy the newer one too. These are very good tools when used proper.
Scrapeing is a different thing with hand (wood) tools. The blade edge is curled and cuts on pull stroke.


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