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Bully Tools

Model 91340

Internet #100678308

Store SKU #415324

Big Bully 12 in. Flooring Scraper

$29.97 /each
  • Handle designed to increase leverage and reduce fatigue
  • Manufactured strong and durable
  • Perfect tool for flooring removal

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Make your flooring job easier with the professional-grade Big Bully 12 in. Floor Scraper. Its bent-head design provides the perfect angle in which to scrape without causing harm to sub-flooring. The 52 in. fiberglass handle provides strength and flexibility without the heavy weight to tire you. The long handle gives better control with extended reach. Blade can be sharpened.

  • For vinyl tiles, vinyl sheet goods, carpet tack strips, carpeting glue, clean-up of plaster and drywall mud
  • Steel blade and fiberglass handle
  • Bent-head design for better angle
  • Unbreakable fiberglass shaft
  • 52 in. fiberglass handle for strength and flexibility without heaviness
  • Rubber grip
  • Protective powder-coat finish
  • Sharpen blade with a file or grinder

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Can I safely use this on carpet tack strip?

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August 20, 2015
I want to remove carpeting that has an original 65 year old hardwood floor beneath as easily as possible with as little damage to the flooring as possible. Has anyone had success removing the strip and staples with this tool?
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Scott Depot, WV
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July 17, 2016
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I would recommend using a small pry bar with a thin profile on one end and a bent end on the other rather than this tool. Using the small pry bar helps get up under the tack strip to pop the nails and you can hit the other end with a rubber mallet if needed.
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August 27, 2015
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Hello, the Big Bully is not designed to remove staples or the strip. However, our Floor Bully Jr, and Demolition Bully would be up to the task.
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Is his tool ecommended to remove carpet glue from cement?

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June 28, 2016
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Yes! This is exactly the type of job this tool was designed for. Depending on the glue, I would also recommend using some kind of solvent to make the job easier.
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Can this be used to remove ceiling texture?

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April 4, 2016
I like the long handle. Can this be used to remove wallpaper or a popcorn ceiling?
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April 7, 2016
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It was designed for use on floors so the angle and weight might be a bit difficult for wallpaper or ceilings. It also does not have the flex that hand scrapers have as it is meant to tackle much harder material. I would personally stick to a paint or ceiling texture scrapers and putty knives. They were designed for this kind of work. If you have to rip up linoleum or scrape debris off your floor though, Read More
It was designed for use on floors so the angle and weight might be a bit difficult for wallpaper or ceilings. It also does not have the flex that hand scrapers have as it is meant to tackle much harder material. I would personally stick to a paint or ceiling texture scrapers and putty knives. They were designed for this kind of work. If you have to rip up linoleum or scrape debris off your floor though, our product is the way to go! Read Less
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can this be used to remove ceramic tile from floor

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September 22, 2015
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I would recommend using the Tile Bully for ceramic tile.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Bully-Tools-Tile-Bully-44-5-in-Fiberglass-Handle-Tile-Remover-91325/100206576?cm_mmc=Shopping%7cG%7cBase%7cPLA%7cD23%7cTile&gclid=CjwKEAjw-IOwBRD1wrTC27fSjFISJABUDZ17yDilj2FFfnYRDj1vgp38L80lec8tGoiDCZOJxnk4yhoClSfw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds
The Big Bully and Floor Bully are more for scraping up laminate flooring and scraping up Read More
I would recommend using the Tile Bully for ceramic tile.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Bully-Tools-Tile-Bully-44-5-in-Fiberglass-Handle-Tile-Remover-91325/100206576?cm_mmc=Shopping%7cG%7cBase%7cPLA%7cD23%7cTile&gclid=CjwKEAjw-IOwBRD1wrTC27fSjFISJABUDZ17yDilj2FFfnYRDj1vgp38L80lec8tGoiDCZOJxnk4yhoClSfw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds
The Big Bully and Floor Bully are more for scraping up laminate flooring and scraping up the residue from tile removal. The Tile Bully has the heft you need to get through the ceramic itself. Read Less
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Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 22 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Handy Scraper The scraper worked well for taking up carpet padding prior to laying laminate flooring, and it did not damage the subfloor. Not too heavy for use, but still durable. However, there a better tools for removing the carpet tack strips. July 17, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Flooring scrapper that actually works. The angle could be improved. A great tool for the job! Finished in a reasonable amount of time. I would recommend this to anyone who has this type of work to do! May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Floor scraper Love this product. Made removing an old floor very quick and simple. Highly recommend March 22, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very good tool, went beyond my expectations. I started with what I thought was 2 layers of flooring which came up fairly easily, I found 2 more layers hidden under that which were a little tougher to get up but this tool made it a lot easier than it would have been with anything smaller. I bought it because it was a fair price compared to the other floor scraping tools I looked at, where you would have to buy blades and change them. This tool stood up to 4 layers of scraping a 9 x 13 kitchen, and it is ready to battle more jobs. December 12, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good for the tile Easily removed the 19 yr old tile. Not good for scrapping up the thin set though. Went back and bought the heavy duty version with the foot bar for better leverage February 23, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Big Bully Scraper Excellent. Durable. Use it to scrap mortar, and dirt off floors when laying block. Can also be used as a shovel with with the bent end. January 23, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Glorified broom This tool took more work and was less affective than the old hammer and chisel in our tool box. We were scraping up old 8x8 ceramic tile off a plywood subfloor and the scraper either just bounced off the edges or scraped up the tiles that were already removed. It did nothing on the bits that weren't previously removed, with tfhe exception of when you could manage to wedge it under the corner of an already loosened tile, in which case it could be used to pop a section of the tile off, sending it flying across the room to the peril of all. Smashing the tile through a pillowcase and sweeping it up afterwards took less muscle and worked better. July 29, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Pretty, but doesn't perform well I purchased this flooring scraper to remove linoleum from my kitchen. It did not perform well at all. The blade did not seem sharp enough to give the edge I needed to get underneath the linoleum, and I had to resort to a smaller scraper and work from my hands and knees. I also used the flooring scraper to remove carpet pad stables and tack strips. It was very effective for this, and was durable enough to not get dinged when hitting the staples and tack strips. March 10, 2015
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