Rated 5.0 out of 5 by 10
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by TXRemodeler The teflon coating is a nice touch
This is definitely a high end putty knife. If you know you're going to destroy the putty knife you're using then don't use this one because you're going to want to hang on to this tool. It has a titanium Teflon coated blade with a comfortable rubberized grip....very nice.
April 9, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MikeLikesIt Clauss Acme 2 in. Nonstick Flexible Putty Knife
Another great product from Clauss. It has a 2 in. titanium blade is suppose to be 5 times harder than steel to scrape any surface. Should last forever. It has a non stick blade to help for easy blade clean ups. It has a non-slip ergonomic grip for control and a nice comfort for the hand. The blade is flexible, but not too flexible to hive a nice smooth finish. Then end of the handle it has a hammer end to set drywall nails. It comes with a lifetime warranty.
January 2, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by preppygirl56 sturdy and strong
this is the best putty knife i have ever owned. it is so sturdy and strong. the end of the tool can also be used as a small hammer. it is very well constructed. i was very pleased with the product and plan to use it soon. the handle grip is very well made and has a nice feel to the grip. overall, this is a very quality product. i would certainly recommend this product.
December 20, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 Wonderful Addition
The Acme 2 in. Nonstick Flexible Putty Knife is one of those simple pleasures to have and use. It is nicely balanced, and feels wonderful in your hands with it's soft, hand-molded rubber grip. The end of the grip, or bottom of the knife has a hard metal striker, which makes everything from setting a renegade popped nail head, to securing the lid on a paint can an easy task.
I love the addition of the blade being Teflon coated. This makes short work of cleaning the blade. I can't attest to the longevity of the Teflon coating, but for now, it's a nice addition. I'm sure having the blade composed of titanium, or a percentage of it will enable this putty knife to hold up through much abuse. Most of my putty knifes I abuse the tar out of, and they still manage to hold up, but I have a few that I don't abuse to retain their crisp, sharp edges. I'm sure this will be one of them.
Very nice product indeed, and well worth the small price they're asking for it.
September 5, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Edwin Great Knife!
Very well balanced putty knife. The non-stick feature is well worth the money, its a time-saver.
May 17, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by jweisbart Great Quality
The putty knife is extremely well made. The handle has a nice grip and the weight is good. It is hardened in the end so you can hammer in drywall nails. The blade itself is non-stick making it easy to clean up. The blade is thin enough so it is flexible, but it is not too thin so that it doesn't bend too much when applying pressure.
I also got this putty knife to use as a spatula to help release objects I've made with a 3D printer.
December 19, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GACh nonstick and flexible describe it to a tee
What a wonderful putty knife. Flexible, easy to grasp, easy to clean easy to use. The knife prevented hours of annoyance and the inconvenience of knives I have used in the past and struggled with. R
January 6, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Sarkazein70 Good for multiple uses
I marked the value as four star and not five because if you're only going to use a putty knife once (or for one project), this is overkill. This is the sort of putty knife that a professional uses daily. If you're planning on a single project, a plastic set with three knives is half the cost.
With that said, this is an excellent putty knife. It's nonstick (mostly), so clean up is easy. It's flexible enough to smooth out excess putty without unintentionally sticking a ton of it to the knife. And to finish, it's easy to clean up and store for future use.
There is nothing wrong with this putty knife. In fact, it's great for daily use and won't rust for use over a period of time.
However, if you just have a single or a small project in your foreseeable future, a plastic alternative will work for a lot cheaper. The plastic isn't nearly as durable or easy to clean, but if you intend on throwing it away when you're done, the plastic will work fine. If you want something you can use for multiple projects over time, this is the knife to get. It's available in multiple sizes to suit your needs, and cleaned correctly, it'll last.
January 14, 2014