Always the right scraper at hand
> Scrapers: in every professional's basic kit
> Remove adhesive, mortar, and paint splashes easily and effectively
> Always the right scraper at hand with UNGER
> Prevent unwanted scratches
Whether it's bits of mortar, adhesive, or paint that have found their into windows, floors, or other surfaces you're cleaning, scrapers are life savers and are an integral part of every professional's basic kit. But be careful to reach for the right scraper for the job. The following variants are available.
Typical application for scrapers: final clean-up after a building job. During construction, all sorts of dirt accumulates that can stubbornly adhere to windows, floors, and other surfaces. For example, drips of paint and varnish, blobs of cement, and residue from labels and adhesive tapes. Scrapers let you remove the most stubborn of these effectively and easily.
The right scraper for the job
Important: A basic distinction is made between scrapers for glass, floors, and other surfaces. Each scraper has distinct properties for its intended application.
Glass scrapers such as the ergonomic UNGER ErgoTec Ninja are ideal for scraping off hard-to-remove residue from windows, such as adhesive tape, paint, or mortar. The premium stainless steel blade with two sharp sides makes this scraper particularly quick, precise, and easy to use. And the perfect cutting angle between 0° and 30° can be changed with the touch of a button.
Practical: The scraper not only can be carried in the matching holster, but can also be easily mounted on a telescopic pole, making it safe to use while standing on the ground.
The ErgoTec surface scraper from UNGER is ideal for cleaning surfaces other than glass and floors. It is equipped with a reversible blade, each with a sharp and a blunt side. While the sharp side makes it easy to remove paint residues or stickers, the blunt side is good for removing harder residues, such as adhesive or mortar residues.
If you're dealing with dried dirt on floors, you should turn to a floor scraper. Here you have your choice among light, medium, and heavy-duty models. A double-sided blade is attached to the end of the handle of each floor scraper. With the blunt as well as the sharp side, the dirt can be easily removed without scratching the floor surface. The long handle, between 120 and 150 cm depending on the variant, makes for comfortable, ergonomic work while standing.
How to scrape properly
Scraper blades are usually razor-sharp, so it's easier to leave an unintentional scratch marks than you might expect. That's why you need to know how to scrape properly. How this works and what else you have to pay attention to you can read here.
Which scrapers do you use? What experience have you had with scraping? Share your experiences by posting a comment here or on Facebook.
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