[Public-List] Wagner PaintEater for doing your bottom.
mainstay at csolve.net
Fri Feb 15 09:21:43 PST 2019
Hello David -
I used a similar scraper made by Sandvik to remove a very heavy buildup from SURPRISEs bottom when I first bought her. The scraper was efficient and controllable… so efficient that part way through I realized I was scraping off an Interprotect job along with the build up. Argh.
> On Feb 15, 2019, at 12:18 PM, David Tessier via Public-List <public-list at lists.alberg30.org> wrote:
> For scraping, the following carbide bladed scrapers have both worked very well for me. The smaller one has a triangular blade with three sharp edges which can be deployed one after another. The larger one's blade has two sharp edges. Replacement blades are available. Edges stay sharp, e.g., through out scraping paint inside A30 #319 and varnish/cetol off external teak.
> I got mine at Lee Valley tools, at the suggestion of Gord Laco, if my memory serves.
> David Tessier
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