|Blade Width (in.)||1.5|
|Applicator/Tool Type||Scraper||Blade Type||Fixed|
|Number of Blades||1||Paint Tool Product Type||Paint Scrapers|
|Product Weight (lb.)||.3 lb||Returnable||90-Day|
|Manufacturer Warranty||Lifetime Warranty – If your Husky hand tool ever fails, bring it back to The Home Depot and we will replace it free. For details, visit your store or call 1-888-HD-HUSKY.|
A: I believe it’s stainless steel, certainly not brass
A: The blade is thick STEEL. Look elsewhere.
A: When I used it, it felt like steel, not brass.
A: Sorry but the labeling on the tool doesn't say what material the blade is made of , nor does the Home Depot website. But I believe it's some type of steel, not brass.
A: Thick steel
A: I would be concerned with the tool scraping the window glass. The HDX Glass Scraper tool will be more effective
A: No, you need a fine, sharp blade for that. This one is too thick and rough.
A: This is a thick, Heavy Duty tool, and the blade is not so sharp.
A: I would use a sharp razor if removing film from glass. This is not sharp enough
A: Since the scrapper is very sharp, I don't see why not. Just be careful not to scratch the glass.
A: Depends how much you do. It will work for small jobs. For big jobs, consider a dedicated paint scraper.
A: You can use it for that purpose but it might take quite a long time. The tool is actually for removing old caulk between glass panes and wood. You don't want to re-paint over dried out caulk.
A: Yes, this will do that
A: It should work well for that purpose.
A: Yes because it’s sharp