"Bought this to try and remove flaking paint from a brick wall instead of using a wire brush and angle grinder. The scraper worked really well. An excellent tool and I have already recommended it to a few people."
"I bought this on a recommendation from a professional decorator to strip woodchip paper off walls where I daren't use a steamer because of the age of the plaster. It worked a treat, easily taking the top layer of paper off and a quick spray of cold water then made light work of the paper underneath. Used three blades on a room 5m x 6m. Well worth having one and at the price it's a no brainer."
"This scraper is the most incredible thing. I've stripped a lot of walls and used long handled scrapers before but the width of this blade, the long handle with padding and the fact the blade is sharp means that it makes scraping off wallpaper a joy. It has shaved hours off one of the rooms I've been working in. Buy it. And buy one for whoever is helping you. My brother and I are fighting over it."
Bought this to strip some old wallpaper. The 7 inch blade which is razor sharp made light work of it. I stripped a room in under 3 hours. It goes through the wallpaper like a knife through butter and the shear size of the blade means you get a lone done quickly.
I will never use a standard short handles scraper again!
Buy one, you won't be disappointed."
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Review 10 for No Nonsense Long-Handled Scraper 24"
"I'm not a pro and haven't used much of scrapers before.
I like this thing for very comfortbale strong and soft grip which allows to put force to it in correct angle.
I used it for removal of "wooly" ceiling made of gypsum and covered in paint as well as removing paint from the plastered wall after holding the steamer to it. I have to say plaster has to be repaired though as it was scratched.
Goes very well and it's not so tiring."
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Review 11 for No Nonsense Long-Handled Scraper 24"