…lightweight, the Rockler Double-Edged Scraper fits easily intocorners and tight spaces to root out glue, pencil markings, rough grain andmore. Keep it in your apron pocket after panel glueups to rake off the beadsof excess squeeze-out as you remove the clamps. The scraper features arubberized handle for a…
Lasts longer than conventional blades! This scraper works to remove paint, glue, rust, and varnish on all surfaces. Scraper has 2-1/2" wide tungsten carbide blade that is convex ground - simply reverse when dull. With comfort grip for great control and smooth scraping action.
…forevenly distributing glue over broad surfaces, such as when gluing up plinthblocks, corbels or thick table legs. One swipe with the spreader leaves neatrows of "raked" glue, which fill in after a few seconds for perfect distribution.Once the glue is dried, one swipe with the scraper will take care of any…
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…tool as a shoulder plane for cleaning up shoulders on tenons. Or, with one quick change, you're ready to use it as a chisel plane for cleaning up glue joints, trimming 90 inside corners on casework, trimming the edge banding off plywood, or trimming screw plugs, tenons, or dowels flush. Woodworking…
Uses the linear motiion of the LS 130 EQ sander to quickly strip small areas of carpet, wallpaper, glue, and other difficult to remove materials.
These double-edged scraper blades are for use with the Rockler Double-Edge Scraper (49686, sold separately). They feature two pre-sharpened edges, measuring 1-11/16", and are fully reversible for a long cutting life. Easily sharpened with a few strokes of a file.