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Posted on Using a card scraper... the wrong way?

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JohnChung

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#1 posted 06-19-2013 05:02 PM

I would say push is not desirable due to the strain on the thumbs. The card scraper should be hard in this case. Most cases a card scraper is sharpen and a burr is created on the edge for shavings. When there is a burr then shavings is created through pushing it.

I started carpentry through scrapers. It was used to remove old lacquer. Much cheaper than sandpaper and more efficient.


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