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Big Bully 12 in. Flooring Scraper

  • Handle designed to increase leverage and reduce fatigue
  • Manufactured strong and durable
  • Perfect tool for flooring removal
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Product Overview

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 50.25 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
  • 50.25 in. fiberglass handle for strength and flexibility without heaviness
  • Rubber grip
  • Sharpen blade with a file or grinder
  • Protective powder-coat finish

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Flooring TypeVinylCarpet,Laminate,Tile,VinylPrep & ProtectionPrep & Protection
Flooring Tool FeaturesHandle gripAble to be sharpenedHandle gripReplacement blade
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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Width (in.)
12
Diameter (in.)
12
Product Width (in.)
12

Details

Blade Material
Steel
Color Family
Red
Flooring Product Type
Tool
Flooring Tool Features
Able to be sharpened
Flooring Type
Carpet,Laminate,Tile,Vinyl
Product Weight (lb.)
3.55 lb
Returnable
180-Day
Tile Tool Type
Scraper/Shavers
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

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Questions & Answers

12Questions39Answers

Can this be used to scrape off the top layer of texture on a resurfaced driveway?

Asked by Boomer October 21, 2020
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how long is handle

Asked by worker January 25, 2020
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The handle is 50” the whole tool comes to 57 1/4”

After using a hammer drill to remove tile, would it be best to use the 6" or 12"?

Asked by Christopher November 12, 2019
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Depends on your strength and stamina. It takes a lot of strength to muscle through debris with a 12" blade. I sometimes had to turn the blade at an angle to focus my efforts. On the other hand, a 6" blade will take twice as long to do the same work, so it's a mixed bag.

I have linoleum tiles glue down using a and scraper would this tool work to get them up

Asked by Frustrated July 26, 2018
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If the tile is glued fast, you will want to use another scraper. Get one that is about 6 inches with better steel and tougher handle. I've seen them in several stores. They are much better at scraping the tough stuff.

Can this be used to break up ice in a driveway?

Asked by novice February 24, 2018
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Yes, it should work fine. It is very well made and strong.

Anyone know if this will remove epoxy coating from a garage floor?

Asked by Jeff December 13, 2017
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This scraper will need to be carefully sharpened to be used for epoxy. I would probably not try it. There are sharper scrapers available with replaceable blades.

Does this scaper work well for remover staples from the subfloor? If so, does it cut them off or...

Asked by Rugernator November 28, 2016
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This scraper did a great job at getting carpet-padding staples out of the subfloor. It did exactly what I bought if for.

Can I used this to remove wax on floor tiles

Asked by Clau October 4, 2016
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yes

Is his tool ecommended to remove carpet glue from cement?

Asked by Sue June 26, 2016
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To remove floor glue, I would use this tool in conjunction with a stripping chemical (or even Coca-Cola) that could be applied and left to sit for a few hours to loosen the leftover glue from the pulled-up carpet. Using the scraper alone would not do the trick. And even with the chemical it's pretty labor-intensive. Good luck.

Can this be used to remove ceiling texture?

Asked by Sinne April 4, 2016
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This tool will damage ceiling. There are ceiling scrapers available with bags attached for catching the material. You pull those scrapers instead of pushing. Prevents damage. Then normally sanding or skimcoating is performed.

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Customer Reviews

  • 173 Customer Reviews
  • 3.7 out of 5 stars overall
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Even though I don't use this on traditional flooring jobs, I give it 5 stars for being a substant...
Even though I don't use this on traditional flooring jobs, I give it 5 stars for being a substantial tool. I have a crew along with myself that scrapes flaking paint off of curbs to prep for re-painting. Thees Bully scrapers do the trick. I've bought four of them, 3 - 6" and 1 - 12" thought I'd give the 12" a try to see how it does. I normally use the smaller bladed tool but if there is any way to do more coverage in a less amount of time, I'm all over it. The tool has a thick blade that tears through the project and it is very securely attached to the handle. For my purposes, this is the tool of choice. I've had apartment complex grounds keepers ask where they can get one. "Home Depot", I tell them. Best $30 bucks I've spent in a long time.
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Very good tool, went beyond my expectations.
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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.
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Worked great for removing the glue on the concrete floor
Worked great for removing the glue on the concrete floor
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Very solid tool. I use this to rip up a linoleum floor from the 1980s. As you go along though mak...
Very solid tool. I use this to rip up a linoleum floor from the 1980s. As you go along though make sure that you have another piece of metal to run along the edge to scrape off all the glue that will collect on it.
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as soon i started uaing the stick came off...
as soon i started uaing the stick came off all 3 of them
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A little disappointed. I thought it would be a little...
A little disappointed. I thought it would be a little easier to get tiles up. It took up the looser tiles fine but really hard on ones still stuck on the floor.
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Nice and solid, but not too heavy - great for...
Nice and solid, but not too heavy - great for staple removal, tack strips, and even helpful in prying up mortar after you've loosened it with a hammer drill.Sticker says it's good for ice - looking forward to testing that out this winter
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Just what I needed to scrap the Floor for high...
Just what I needed to scrap the Floor for high spots
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