Woodpeckers Mighty Mini-Scraper

Woodpeckers Mighty Mini-Scraper, Mighty Mini-Scraper with Cambered Blade
Mighty Mini-Scraper with Cambered Blade Item # 0665 In stock, ready to ship!
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Woodpeckers Mighty Mini-Scraper, Cambered Replacement Blade
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Woodpeckers Mighty Mini-Scraper, Square Replacement Blade
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Woodpeckers Mighty Mini-Scraper

Solid carbide blade starts sharp, stays sharp
The Woodpecker Mighty Mini-Scraper excels at glue removal. The rugged carbide blade pops the toughest dried glue right off your work.

  • Solid carbide blade with 4 long-lasting edges
  • Unsurpassed glue removal, wet or dry
  • Gets into tight corners other scrapers and sandpaper can't reach
  • Cleans easily and won't rust

The standard blade's edges are ground with a slight camber to help prevent marring the wood surface. This camber lets you pinpoint your scraping to a thin line if necessary. An optional, perfectly square blade works great on instrument binding and gets into tight corners.

Produce a finish-quality cut by pulling the tool at a high angle. Use a pushing motion at a low angle for an aggressive, bulldozer-like cut. When one edge gets dull, simply loosen the screw and turn the blade to the next fresh edge.

The standard blade has cambered edges to prevent gouging the work. An optional square blade gets into square corners.

Comfortable 5-3/8" (137mm) polycarbonate handle with one 5/8" (16mm) cambered blade. The mini-size allows access where other scrapers can't fit.

"Works great for acoustic guitar bridge re-glues. Makes short work of dried glue on the bottom of the bridge, and creates a nice flat surface for fantastic bridge to top contact."—Elliot John-Conry, guitar repairman and StewMac R&D

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