|Blade Width (in.)||6||Diameter (in.)||6|
|Product Width (in.)||6 in|
|Blade Material||Steel||Color Family||Red|
|Flooring Product Type||Scraper||Flooring Tool Features||Able to be sharpened|
|Flooring Type||Carpet, Laminate, Tile, Vinyl||Product Weight (lb.)||3.01 lb|
|Returnable||90-Day||Tools Product Type||Hand Tool|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Manufacturers Defects|
A: In most cases yes.
A: We bought this tool for just this purpose. It takes lots of scraping, but it works. You'll obviously have to clean the glue off of the end a lot.
A: Short answer, yes. but be careful. It is fairly heavy and i would be afraid of gouging. The longer handle will give you more leverage than a hand held. You didn't specify but i am assuming you have a fiberglass hull. While fiberglass / sealer repairs are common if you are wanting to avoid them, I would cut the handle down. The blade itself is heavy and can take way more abuse than barnacles. I have abused mine several times and it is still almost like new.
A: Yes. There isn't a sharp blade at the end of this floor scraper. It's a thick metal edge. We have used it to break up floor tiles, chop through thin to medium tree roots for trenching and scrape paint splatter on concrete. I don't see why it wouldn't work well to remove barnacles from a boat hull.