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Model #91300

Store SKU #161736

Floor Bully 6 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

The angled head of the Bully Tools Floor Bully 6 in. Floor Scraper makes it easier to remove old flooring and results in less damage to sub-flooring. The 50.25 in. fiberglass handle provides strength and flexibility without the heavy weight that can make you tired and slow you down. The steel blade can be sharpened with a file or grinder.
  • Flooring removal tool 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 provides a better angle
  • Fiberglass shaft won't break
  • 50.25 in. handle adds strength and flexibility without heaviness
  • Rubber grip
  • Use a file or grinder to sharpen blade
  • Protective powder-coat finish

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Ratings
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Flooring TypeStone,TileCarpet,Engineered Hardwood,Laminate,Solid Hardwood,Stone,TileCarpet,Laminate,Tile,VinylPrep & Protection
Flooring Tool FeaturesNo Additional FeaturesAble to be sharpened,Adjustable bladeAble to be sharpenedNo Additional Features
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Specifications

Dimensions

Blade Width (in.)
6
Diameter (in.)
6
Product Width (in.)
6

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.)
3.01
Returnable
180-Day
Tile Tool Type
Scraper/Shavers
Tools Product Type
Hand Tool

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Manufacturers Defects

Questions & Answers

6Questions34Answers

I'd like to remove thinset from concrete floor

Asked by del June 14, 2019
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I’m not sure but mine is easily removing vinyl flooring that’s installed over old linoleum.

Can this took be used to scrap off paint off wood floor when using stripping liquid to lift up top layer?

Asked by KKaye October 8, 2018
5
Answers

No.. I wouldn't recommend it for that purpose. The blade isn't that thin for that purpose. If you were removing the Hardwood floors, it would be perfect.

Can this be used to scrape carpet padding staples off of hardwood floors without damaging?

Asked by DC August 24, 2018
8
Answers

In my (inexpert) opinion, this might be too aggressive for that.

Can this scrapper handle scrapping tiles glued with black mastic? some tiles come up easy, some d...

Asked by Jerry August 24, 2018
5
Answers

We have removed many black mastic applied tiled floors with this. However it does not remove the mastic.

Is this tool capable of removing black tile mastic glue off of concrete floor?

Asked by Steve September 4, 2017
5
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You do NOT want to mess with the old black glue ,which was called Cut -Back adhesive. It never dries and as a flooring installer I always skim patch over that specific floor glue that is under various types of vinyl tiles . The very old cut back glue had trace amounts of asbestos in it and so did the old 9x9 tiles you find in old farm houses and buildings. Industry standard is to patch over that glue on concrete its only dangerous when you scrape it or when in- experienced DIY guys try flat troweling new adhesive over it which is also a no no.. because it causes the cut back adhesive to retain its properties and ooze through the crack of any flooring laid over it. Skim patch it until its very smooth and level than install as new concrete.

prepping to paint outdoor deck floor

Asked by nappy September 28, 2015
5
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No. The blade is made more for Demo purposes, removing flooring. The head has a bit of weight and would be great at Raming against hardwood or ceramic tile but it's not razor sharp to be used as a scraper

Customer Reviews

  • 3.9
    out of 234 reviews
  • 75% recommend this product
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broke after 5 minutes
handle came right off the handle after pulling up about a 2 foot square if flooring. it woeked ok for the few minutes it did work. the scraper part is solid. but it seems it was just glued ot crimped onto the handle. would not recommend.
by mbhnwct
4 people found this helpful
Probably would be great and tuff enough to remove ceramic tile pieces but vinyl sticky tile it wa...
Probably would be great and tuff enough to remove ceramic tile pieces but vinyl sticky tile it wasn't good enough. So im headed back to get something different
by Hump
1 person found this helpful
Not good with getting minolium off kitchen floor. Had to use a Iron to help soften up.
Not good with getting minolium off kitchen floor. Had to use a Iron to help soften up.
by Will
1 person found this helpful
The edge is not thin enough to get under th...
The edge is not thin enough to get under th floor tiles the chisel works just as well
by Janet
2 people found this helpful
Sturdy and works great. ...
Sturdy and works great.
by DRLopp
Made removing carpet tack strips and padding staples a quick...
Made removing carpet tack strips and padding staples a quick and easier task. Wear gloves... unless you enjoy blisters on the palm of your hands.... be careful with it... too much enthusiasm and you'll damage the drywall while busting up the tack strips. The edge stays sharp and it has just the right weight to rip up nailed down strips.
by GSlack
Rating provided by a verified purchaser...
Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
Great tool. It was like slicing butter with a hot...
Great tool. It was like slicing butter with a hot knife. Very sturdy. Not anything like the enlarged razor blade types. One solid piece.
by Lovinmomof4
Nothing more to say then this item worked well for...
Nothing more to say then this item worked well for us.
by HomeDepotCustomer
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