Scrapers, despite the ubiquitous sandpaper, continue to be a useful means of delicately removing shavings, old layers of paint, lacquer or polish, and even ingrained dirt. Admittedly, the scraper is a tool that not everybody masters at the first attempt. It is not expensive and it is hallowed by tradition, but it does require practice and an understanding of how it works. How to sharpen scrapers?
On purchase a scraper is not usually ready for use, but simply a piece of sheet steel, which can only fulfil its task when it has been given a fine burr. If you find a burr on a scraper you buy, it is no more than an accidental byproduct of the metal-cutting process.
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|rectangular||150 x 60||0.6||300971||✱€ 2.90|
|rectangular||150 x 60||0.8||300972||✱€ 2.90|
|rectangular||150 x 60||1.0||300973||✱€ 3.40|
|concave convex||150 x 50||0.7||300974||✱€ 3.50|
|swan neck||130 x 75||0.7||300975||✱€ 4.60|
|Drop Shape||45 x 20||0.4||312880||✱€ 5.70|
|oval||60 x 38||0.3||312881||✱€ 5.90|
|60 x 30||0.35||312882||✱€ 5.90|
|70 x 44||0.4||312883||✱€ 6.30|
|rectangular||70 x 38,5||0.4||312884||✱€ 4.50|