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Spear & Jackson Floor scraper

£20
Caution: not suitable for under 18
UNDER
18
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Product Details

Product Information

  • Polished Steel blade
  • For removing grease & dirt from workshop floors & preparation areas

Features and Benefits

  • Tubular steel handle for strength - 1220mm (48") in length
  • 75mm (3") x 205mm (8") blade size

Health and Safety

Please note that this item has additional safety or regulatory datasheets available. The product may have possible health and safety hazards covered in these documents. Refer to the container for full information and always follow the instructions.

Caution: not suitable for under 18
UNDER
18

Specifications

Blade length76mm
Blade materialSteel
Pack quantity1
Product length1335mm
Product weight800g
Product width200mm
Product code5012095054740

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4.33 / 5(3 reviews)

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Birchy1962 - 2 years ago

I bought this product to scrape plaster off the wooden floors and "it does what it says on the tin"!! great tool for this job.

It's a floor scraper!

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Susanne1982 - 4 years ago

I bought this to scrape vinyl floor tiles off the floor which were stick on with glue (the gummy type). It removed the tiles without a problem, just needs a little elbow grease. It also helped on some tiles to flip the scraper to the other side as the angle was a little different. The glue was another matter. The only thing that removed it was wd40!

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Andy G - 4 years ago

this scraper to remove the residue vinyl floor tiles from an old kitchen. It scraped up loose plaster from the floor, but when it came to tackling the tiles absolutely useless. The blade is too flimsy.