Spear & Jackson Forged Steel Heavy Duty Scraper (W)175mm (L)1.63m (T)35mm

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Suitable for tile and carpet removal, general scraping tasks, chopping, digging and root removal, this heat treated forged steel heavy duty scraper from Spear and Jackson comes with a 178mm blade, and a tubular shaft handle for extra comfort whilst cleaning.

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Technical specification of Spear & Jackson Forged Steel Heavy Duty Scraper (W)175mm (L)1.63m (T)35mm
Brand Spear & Jackson
Colour description Grey
Construction material Forged steel
Handle type Tubular shaft handle
Blade size 178mm
Width 175mm
Length 1.63m
Model 3422HD7

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