Manual Small Scraper
Do you wish there was a small but mighty scraper that allows you to complete a task without worrying about harming your project or yourself? Look no further - if you’re in the market for a tool that does small-area scraping or includes awkward angles, the Slice® Manual Mini Scraper is the best choice.
This tool has a durable handle that fits comfortably in your hand and a thin blade that is ideal for tough adhesives or scraping paint and plastic. Designed to be extra durable, Slice safety blades last up to 11x longer than metal ones and protect you from accidental punctures.
From its daily use on construction sites to DIY home renovation projects, Slice makes people and places safer. Learn more below.
- Manual retraction allows you to retract the blade to keep it pristine between jobs
- Made with 100% zirconium oxide blade that never rusts
- Blade lasts on average 11.2x longer than metal blades
- Easy-to-use ambidextrous design
- Working with challenging angles and small surfaces
- Scraping wallpaper, glue, stickers, paint, residue, and adhesives
- Increased durability and maneuverability
- DIY household projects
Material: GFN, POM, carbon steel, zirconium oxide
Dimensions: LWeight: 0.028 kg x W x H
Manual Mini Scraper
Blade Replacement on the 10594 Manual Mini Scraper
Will it Work as a Mini Glass Scraper?
The key is to hold the tool properly, so that the blade is completely flush. Both corners of the blade should be touching the glass work surface every time you scrape or exert pressure. If one corner of the blade lifts while you’re scraping, pressure will be uneven and you’ll risk scratching the glass below—remember; our blades are harder than glass and can scratch it.
When used properly, Slice’s 10594 is a superior mini glass scraper: it’s stronger, safer, and the blades last much longer than standard metal scraper blades.
Where Else Can I Use the Mini Scraper?
Whether you use the 10594 as a mini plastic scraper, a mini paint scraper, or any other kind of scraper, it’s important to use the same precautions as you would with a glass surface: hold the blade flush, with both corners down, to keep even pressure and avoid accidentally scratching the surface below.
Always remember to fully retract your blade between uses. This protects you and the tool. While Slice blades are safer than traditional blades, any blade can cut and must be treated with respect.
How Do I Change the Blade?
Once the latch is unlocked, pull the tool’s front and back panels apart to reveal the inside of the housing. The blade is held in place by a small notch, which fits into the hole in the center of the blade. Remove the old blade and replace the new one, ensuring that the notch fits snugly into the blade’s hole. Put the front and back panels together again—this is easier to do if the slider is retracted so that the blade is fully inside the housing. Ensure that the panels fit together snugly before sliding the top latch back into the closed (centered) position once more.
What Type of Mini Scraper Blades Are Available for the 10594?
How Do I Clean the Mini Scraper Blades?
No matter what you choose, cleaning and handling Slice blades is safer than cleaning traditional blades, due to our proprietary finger-friendly® blade edge. We offer more general information in this video about cleaning Slice blades. While our safety blades have superior wear resistance compared to metal blades (they last up to 11 times longer), it’s recommended that you clean your mini scraper after each use, as you would any tool, to keep it in good working order.