A: You should not scrape the oven walls. Use the cleaning cycle or an oven cleaner to remove reside. If you chip off the coating you could get rust holes.
A: I'm sure it would however you will also probably scratch up/chip the inside coating which isn't good for the oven. When you chip/scratch that inside coating, over time it will continue to peel away. Not recommended. They make durable, sturdy plastic putty knives. Might give that a shot instead of this.
A: best not use a metal chisel for scraping off baked on oil in the oven; rather, spray an oven cleaner foam first, and then use a plastic chisel would work great .. the metal chisel will scratch up the oven's bottom surface ..
A: It would get some of it off but not all. I use a razor blade with a handle to scrape baked oil off of my oven. This chisel isn't sharp like a razor blade is.
A: The QEP 3 in. Stainless Steel Chisel Scraper is a multifunctional tool that is sharp and effective enough to remove paint, adhesive and debris from most surfaces. This use of this tool could potentially cause damage to a finished flooring surfaces.
A: I bought it to scrape my sub flooring. Its pretty sharp. Should do the trick depending on how hard the rubber has become.
A: No you can't, there is no thread head on this
A: The other 5 anwers say no, yet the photo clearly shows an extension pole and in the description it says "Attach handle to a threaded pole for an extended reach". I think you would have to look to see if the back of the handle pops off to enable a pole.
A: No. The end is closed so you can hit it with a hammer to chisel items off/apart.
A: Thank you for your inquiry. No, however you may want to consider The QEP 8 in. Razor Floor Stripper removes old tile, adhesive, vinyl, carpet and other floor-covering materials. The twist-lock, telescoping handle adjusts from 3 ft. to 6 ft. for a variety of work situations. Cushioned grip for comfort. Model # 62909Q
A: Yes you can use it
A: You could, but I wouldn't recommend it. Keep in mind it's metal and will scratch if you tap it into the glass top.
A: No...Bad Idea.
A: yes, but I'd use a shaper, thinner blade than what this offers, this tool may potentially scratch the surface because the metal is thicker and strong.
A: Hi Cemm, Thanks for visiting our site! Glass cook tops will occasionally require to be scraped to get the glass clean. This stainless steel, Chisel Edge Scraper has hardened, sharp corners that could gouge the glass surface. The better choice is a cleaning kit that includes liquid cleaner, a scouring pad and a Cerama Bryte Cooktop Scraper -- specially designed to work at an appropriate angle for top cleaning effectiveness. Find this complete kit here: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Cerama-Bryte-Cooktop-Cleaning-Kit-WX10X119DS/304383026 Thank you for asking, -Travis
|Name||3 in. Wide Handheld Chisel Scraper and Stripper with 5.25 in. Handle and Stainless Steel Blade||4 in. W Floor Scraper Hand Tool with Replacement blade and Handle grip||4 in. ScrapeMaster Razor Scraper|
|Flooring Type||Prep & Protection||Prep & Protection||Stone, Tile|
|Flooring Tool Features||Able to be sharpened, Handle grip||Handle grip, Replacement blade||No Additional Features|
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