|Blade Length (in.)||2.42||Blade Width (in.)||6|
|Handle Length (in.)||4.09|
|Applicator/Tool Type||Putty Knife||Blade Type||Fixed|
|Features||Durable Construction, Ergonomic Handle||For Use On||Ceiling, Wallpaper|
|Package Quantity||3||Paint Tool Product Type||Paint Scrapers|
|Product Weight (lb.)||0.154 lb||Returnable||90-Day|
|Manufacturer Warranty||No Warranty|
A: You could use it for that
A: Personally, I would not use it for paint stripping. This is a plastic knife & has too much flex in it.
A: I have done that with these, they are good because the wood is usually soft from the stripper making it easy to gouge with a metal scraper.
A: No. you'll need a steel knife for that.
A: It was actually a bit difficult; however, I did try to remove the paint in other ways. I found the method of allowing the paint to dry and then lift the droplets with the putty knife. The acetone was damaging the stain on my wood floors, so I immediately stopped. I hope this helps
A: Worked great for what I needed them for.
Blade Width (in.)
Durable Construction, Ergonomic Handle
Cleans with Soap/Water, Durable Construction, Ergonomic Handle, Reusable
For Use On
Ceiling, Glass, Metal, Wallpaper, Wood
Ceiling, Metal, Wood