Window Paint Scraper

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Posted 17th May
Recently someone posted a deal for the above item. Does anyone remember the item in question and where to buy it.
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I have one of these, purchased from toolstation. Blade is changeable. Use with soapy water if I remember correctly to avoid scratching the glass.

toolstation.com/win…477
or screwfix do a similar one:
screwfix.com/p/n…292
Raider000117/05/2020 12:56

I have one of these, purchased from toolstation. Blade is changeable. Use …I have one of these, purchased from toolstation. Blade is changeable. Use with soapy water if I remember correctly to avoid scratching the glass.https://www.toolstation.com/window-scraper/p53477or screwfix do a similar one:https://www.screwfix.com/p/no-nonsense-window-scraper-3/56292


First time I have asked a question on HUKD. Thanks for quick reply and will order soon as I’m painting window frames on a greenhouse.
I've got the Screwfix one, it works a treat. You can buy extra blades for it at 5 for 99p.

screwfix.com/p/n…943
Edited by: "Haircut_100" 17th May
I bought mine from Asda for £1 window scraper
Many thanks to all for help. Just ordered from Screwfix with replacement blades.
0000 wire wool helps to. Won't scratch glass.
wayners17/05/2020 14:03

0000 wire wool helps to. Won't scratch glass.


Cheers but think the blade will be easier to use nearer window frame.
wayners17/05/2020 14:03

0000 wire wool helps to. Won't scratch glass.


Thanks did not know,I have one window that's raised patterned. Will give this a try thanks.
Window scraper also should be used with soap and water if you can. Helps stop glass scratching. Use 4 inch decorating scraper along edge when rubbing with 0000 wire wool to protect paint. Also use both to clean oven and glass. Scraper will scratch glass though so go easy wherever you use
Edited by: "wayners" 18th May
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