Putty scraper

identifier

ID 736

morphology

craft

craft

craft

holotype

MOT V 83.0185 a-b2 L=14,5cm WD=4,5cm WT=53gr

holotype

MOT V 96.0162 a-b2 L=14cm WD=4cm WT=76gr. Inscription: MADE IN U.S.A. SEECO PATENTS 1729279 2257314 OPEN KEEP EXTRA BLADES HERE.

holotype

MOT V 98.0014 L=10cm WD=5cm WT=20gr. Inscription: A&E DESIGN.

holotype

MOT V 2000.0397 a-d4 L=15cm WD=5cm WT=50gr. Inscription: OTOSCRAPE No 58.
description

After painting glass rebates, there is always some paint on the glass. With the putty scraper, equipped with a safety or cutter blade, you can easily scrape the paint off the window. The blade of the putty scraper is kept almost parallel to the glass pane. Some models are used in the maintenance of a ceramic hob.

The blade between which the blade is screwed is made of steel or plastic. The handle can be made of iron, wood or plastic. On some models, the interchangeable blades are safely stored in the handle. Because the cut is so sharp, the glass scraper is usually provided with a metal protective cap or you can slide the top part of the handle so that it sits over the blade.

The knife of some models can be attached in different positions (perpendicular, straight and oblique) in relation to the handle. This way they can be used for other purposes. Eg. sharpening a pencil, as a knife, to remove ice, labels, chewing gum, etc. from hard surfaces such as glass, tile or cement.

See also the cooper's handle-scraper. [MOT]