"Having seen my local council using something similar to scrap weeds from the street paving I was tempted to try this. Well it is quite good and although I suspect this is not quite as good as what the council worker had, as blade looked more rugged, the results I have obtained are pretty good and maybe some one out there could produce a better implement this is good enough in most situations. If you do not like chemicals and want to quickly get rid of most weeds from paving, try this. Not so good with bricks as a v-shaped point would be best."
"I purchased this to attempt to make life easier when removing karndean flooring. Unfortunately it's not been up to this task for me. Where the blade is clamped I found that these were opened up by a slightly lifted tile, which then causes a problem every time it's used unless you straighten it out. I dare say it's up to the task of removing weeds from an outside floor surface, so here's hoping it will be good for something!"
"I bought this to scrape tar off a flat roof and to be honest the blade was to flexible and the part that holds the blade in was so weak it bent as well I ended up drilling more holes in it and bolting it together just to be able to use it. Wouldn't recommend for flat roofs maybe suitable for other jobs"
"I bought this to remove old lino tiles from a wooden floor that I'm going to sand and varnish. Unfortunately it has a tendency to "dig in" and gouge out chunks of wood, so I've to resort to hammer/bolster and crowbar. This tool might be ok for tiles on concrete floors or plasterboard, but on wood you don't want damaged, it's pretty useless. There's another tool on Screwfix called a Big Mutt which looks like it would be more suitable though."