Are you tired of your scraper not getting the job done? Are you frustrated because your tool can’t get to tough-to-reach places? Extend your reach and invest in a scraper that’s up to the task with the Slice® Long-Handled Scraper!
With its sturdy metal handle and textured grip, the Slice Long-Handled Scraper fits comfortably in your hand. The angled blade encourages a natural arm and wrist position to improve ergonomics. In addition, the Long-Handled Scraper comes with a handy lanyard hole for optimal storage. The powerful blade can scrape various materials without scraping you.
From removing coatings and adhesives to paint and stickers, Slice makes people and places safer. Learn more below.
- Blade cover included for added safety
- Durable metal handle with comfort grip
- 100% zirconium oxide blade that never rusts
- Blade lasts on average 11.2x longer than metal blades
- Easy-to-use ambidextrous design
- Removing adhesives
- Scraping away paint, glue, and wallpaper
- Getting rid of floor stickers
Material: Al / Zn alloy, GFN, PP, TPE, stainless steel, iron, zirconium oxide
Dimensions: LWeight: 0.88 lb x W x H
Why Do People Choose Long-Handed Scrapers?
How is the Slice Heavy-Duty Scraper Better Than Existing Scrapers?
Slice considers ergonomics. A tool acts as an extension of the hand, or the arm in the case of a long handle. Scraper design is important to reduce extra fatigue and our angled blade encourages a natural arm and wrist position, which reduces the likelihood of a repetitive strain injury.
Slice tools also represent a cost savings in comparison with other brands. Long-handled scrapers come in a variety of quality levels. A long-handled plastic scraper—especially if made with standard inexpensive and weak plastic—is perhaps less expensive in the beginning, but will likely cost more in the long run because it will need to be replaced sooner. Our aluminum handle is extremely sturdy and Slice blades have proven, in third-party independent testing, to last up to 11.2 times longer than comparable metal blades. This is due in part to the extreme hardness of our advanced ceramic material (8.2 on the Mohs Scale), and in part to our unique blade design.