In all maintenance work, after and after work are of great importance to how satisfied you will be with the final result. Most of the preliminary work in connection with painting and wallpapering consists of a significant part of scraping and grinding. Large flat surfaces can be easily grinded with grinding machines, but all angles, corners and other more difficult-to-reach parts must be hand-held. If you choose a grip-friendly scratch that is designed for the exact surface you are going to process, the work goes much easier and faster. If you regularly have maintenance work requiring hand scrapers, make sure you complete the toolbox with a pair of three types of scratches with different properties. You probably need a triangular scraper, which works in most scraper work. Because the blade is pointed at the edges, you will also be angled.
The parquet scraper is available in a variety of designs and sizes. These scratches sometimes have several eggs that scratch at the same time. To get through, for example, a hard lacquered surface, there are also scratch-resistant scratches for this type of tool. Other scratches that may be good at home are a color, angle, and possibly glass scraper.
Whatever type of scratch you choose, it's important that it feels good to hold in. Keep in mind that many times you need to bring both happens to get rid of paint or paint. However, some scratches, such as the cutter scraper and other minor scratches, are only intended for one hand grip. A finesse that some scrap tools are equipped with is the adjustment of the scratch blade. So you can decide if the scraper is going to go deep or shallow.
You can choose to use cured scrap blades or those to sharpen when the egg is blown. A hardened blade keeps the sharpness far longer than a regular scratch blade, but also costs more. When replacing scrap blades, on most models, loosen one or more screws. Check how to replace the blade and, if necessary, adjust it - when you buy the scraper. It is not all scratches that make it easy to change scrapbooks. Because you should always make sure the hedge is sharp, you should consider the time to sharpen the extra expense.
A disadvantage of the hardened blades is that the stiff steel can easily crack if you scratch a nail head or the like. However, if you choose to sharpen the scrap blades, you must have access to an engraved plate and a screwdriver. Concrete scrapers are a less common tool in the home town. These are used primarily to scrape concrete on molds or to scrape off roughness in castings when the concrete burns. These scratches can also be used for other hard coatings. Sicklings do not really count into the usual scraper tools, but are mostly used to fine-tune the joinery, but should still get their place here. The rectangular syllable is handy for cleaning the splitter
between two boards or removing small paint splashes.
The glass scraper is a small scraper that removes color shades on window glass. The tool is a cheap and good investment if you are going to paint many windows.
The color scratch can either resemble a regular steel stack or be fitted with razor blades, making it more easy-to-use. Can be used with a hot air gun.
Triangular scratches are also called boats or ship scrapers. These are allround scrap with which you can access almost everywhere. A smaller variant is called scraper scraper.
With concrete scrapers, you remove concrete backs as encountered after molding casting. The wider pencil scraper is used for the cleaning of shapes.
Parquet scrapers are available in a variety of designs. In addition to the handle design, you can choose a single or multiple scrap sheet. Weighted blade is used for hard surfaces.
The angle scraper is made in one piece and has welded eggs at both ends. Used primarily in corners and on other smaller areas where it is difficult to access.
Sickling is used primarily in fine-tuning of the joinery, but also to remove paint splash. A variant of this tool is called "Swan Neck."
If you do not want to have so many tools in its store, there are combined models. Here's a combined scraper and steel brush, good for eg rusty steel rails.
When working with scratch blades to be sharpened, you need a sharpening file. You can use a plain engraved file or a sharp file that is both one and two.