• Crown 376 2-1/2 x 5 Cabinet Scraper (Gooseneck, Rectangular & Curved) - Set of 3
  • Crown 376 2-1/2 x 5 Cabinet Scraper (Gooseneck, Rectangular & Curved) - Set of 3
  • Crown 376 2-1/2 x 5 Cabinet Scraper (Gooseneck, Rectangular & Curved) - Set of 3
Crown 376 2-1/2 x 5 Cabinet Scraper (Gooseneck, Rectangular & Curved) - Set of 3
Crown 376 2-1/2 x 5 Cabinet Scraper (Gooseneck, Rectangular & Curved) - Set of 3
Crown 376 2-1/2 x 5 Cabinet Scraper (Gooseneck, Rectangular & Curved) - Set of 3

Crown 376 2-1/2 x 5 Cabinet Scraper (Gooseneck, Rectangular & Curved) - Set of 3

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  • Exceptional quality tools from Crown Hand Tools Ltd, Sheffield, England
  • Tempered High Carbon Steel
  • Includes 3 Shapes (Gooseneck, Rectangular & Curved)
  • Used to remove paint, glue or stain from wood surfaces
  • Ideal for creating shiny & level surface

Customer Reviews

Quality metal and varying shapesMy first time to use scrapers so I don't have much to compare this item to. They appear to be of good quality metal. I am finding several uses for them of smoothing odd shaped pieces and removing old finishes such as lawyer and shellac.Sharpening and keeping a good edge is something I am having to learn. But there are plenty instructional videos on YouTube covering that. I didn't buy a burnishing tool which is recommended. I'm still trying other hard tools such as mechanics wrenches for that purpose. Have not found a good alternative thus far. I would recommend these scrapers though.5Three rough cut pieces of hardened and tempered sheet steelThese scrapers seem to have been cut out and mailed out with no treatment to smooth the edges. Likely laser cut but definitely not smoothed, much less polished and not burnished to raise a cutting burr. The steel seems to be correctly hardened and tempered. It took quite a bit of time to stone the edges smooth and square in preparation for burnishing. Once raised the burr cuts well and gives promise of being durable. What I got es three pieces of carbon steel much like what one might get by taking a hacksaw and file to an old handsaw blade.3Extremely multifacted tool that replaces sand paper and other tools.Once you use one of these you can't live without them. Scrapers are an extremely multifacited tool that A. Replace sand paper and give wood a very satin like finish but unlike sandpaper you can still feel the texture of the wood and it produces no dust and gives a more uniform finish. B. It can be used as a hand plane and take both extremely shallow and less shallow shavings by learning how to work with the tool. C. It can be used to shape wood and do many other things.5/55Nice, useful little sheets of metal!!These are a very nice set. They're made of what appears to be good steel, and are a decent size. Each of the scrapers are a nice thickness, which makes them fairly easy to sharpen. Out of the package it was possible to use these if you were looking to just do some general scraping, like say removing some squeeze out. They do need to be sharpened if you want to use them for smoothing though.Get a decent file and a burnisher if you're going to use these for smoothing, and learn how to sharpen a scraper properly. These should work well and last for years if you keep them sharp and take care of them.5Excellent set of scrapers, versatile shapesThe concept is simple: smoothed edges for handing, sharpened edges for scraping. You use these opposite the way you use a chisel; set the sharpened edge against the wood and pull it toward you. It will remove minute quantities of wood and leave a fairly smooth surface. The multiple shapes allow you to scrape flat sides, curves and grooves.This is a good-quality, well-made set of scrapers. They are good for bringing wood down from rough to much-smoother finish and if used lightly can produce a very smooth finish on wood. They can replace coarse-grid sandpaper and save scratches in the wood as well. For final finish you'll still need to use either fine sandpaper or a burnisher. You'll find numerous opinions as to which works best.As far as these tools go, they do the job they're intended to do, very well. Press hard and they'll take off small strips of wood. Press lightly and they'll tone wood down to quality. Finish off with a burnisher or fine sandpaper.5good quality scrapersI'm a woodworker; I make my living building out of wood, cabinets, furniture, and a lot of finish carpentry. I need a curved cabinet scraper about once every two years, and I needed one a month ago and couldn't find mine. I probably lent it to someone on a job, and they probably forgot to give it back. Regardless, I phoned the local tool store and they said they thought they had them and the clerk went and looked and said they did, and then he described a straight cabinet scraper. So I went online, ordered this set of three through Amazon, got them in a day, and finished the job, which was scraping out custom made alder coved crown moulding. The set of three was very reasonably priced, and the quality is right there with my old Swedish Sandvick scrapers.5Really fine tool. Awesome! I am embarrassed to admit it but I had never used cabinet scrapers before. I've been making longbows for some time now and needed a way of removing lighter amounts of wood from the staves after taking most of it down with my planers. These scrapers have become my favorite simple tool for now. 5Perfect tool for refinishing kitchen cabinetsI got these scrapers to help with refinishing our kitchen cabinets. After 40 yrs of use there was a significant amount of wear around cabinet doors. Also, there is a build up of various substances used to hide the wear and tear around the areas where hands and fingers had been used to open and close doors. These scrapers will quickly take these areas down to a smooth surface ready for a refinishing effort. A re-staining and new varnish job will make our kitchen look like new. The various shapes will let you get into all the various surfaces and remove old varnish build up. A very high quality set of scrapers at a great price.5So Simple! So Amazing! Stop wasting your life using sandpaper.I heard about this thing from some YouTube video. From the images here it looked kind of cheap. Factoring in the price I wasn't expecting much. But this is some high quality steel. The ones I saw in the videos flexed but this is very stiff and rigid.It's very intuitive to use. Just do yourself a favor and look up how to raise a burr on YouTube.I honestly wasn't expecting much. But the 24" x 20" oak panel I glued up came out so amazing in just a few swipes. I would say a few swipes of this equals sanding up to 150 grit sandpaper. Then I just finished with ~220 for a silky smooth surface. For $17 this pays for itself after just a couple projects. Sandpaper can get super expensive! You use alot less with this! Of course you will still need sandpaper for tight areas and such but why not save some time and money and use this? I would even go so far to say that it's faster than a power sander.Quick Tip: If your surface is already semi-smooth or gets too smooth by using this. rough it up some with ~60 grit sand paper. This enables the scraper to grab the surface again.5One of my favorite tools. These scrapers are good quality and with ...One of my favorite tools. These scrapers are good quality and with the different shapes are versatile enough for many jobs. With a good burnisher they will form a lasting burr and shave with ease. Recommend for novice and seasoned carpenter alike.5Can't see any consWork fine, just be careful using the concave one, it's easy to rip a groove across with the corner if you're not really careful. I used these to shape a the profile of a guitar neck, but they don't take a lot off, I had to resort to files. Still, they were useful before the final finishing and to be sure it had a consistent arch.5
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Description
  • Exceptional quality tools from Crown Hand Tools Ltd, Sheffield, England
  • Tempered High Carbon Steel
  • Includes 3 Shapes (Gooseneck, Rectangular & Curved)
  • Used to remove paint, glue or stain from wood surfaces
  • Ideal for creating shiny & level surface
Reviews

Customer Reviews

Quality metal and varying shapesMy first time to use scrapers so I don't have much to compare this item to. They appear to be of good quality metal. I am finding several uses for them of smoothing odd shaped pieces and removing old finishes such as lawyer and shellac.Sharpening and keeping a good edge is something I am having to learn. But there are plenty instructional videos on YouTube covering that. I didn't buy a burnishing tool which is recommended. I'm still trying other hard tools such as mechanics wrenches for that purpose. Have not found a good alternative thus far. I would recommend these scrapers though.5Three rough cut pieces of hardened and tempered sheet steelThese scrapers seem to have been cut out and mailed out with no treatment to smooth the edges. Likely laser cut but definitely not smoothed, much less polished and not burnished to raise a cutting burr. The steel seems to be correctly hardened and tempered. It took quite a bit of time to stone the edges smooth and square in preparation for burnishing. Once raised the burr cuts well and gives promise of being durable. What I got es three pieces of carbon steel much like what one might get by taking a hacksaw and file to an old handsaw blade.3Extremely multifacted tool that replaces sand paper and other tools.Once you use one of these you can't live without them. Scrapers are an extremely multifacited tool that A. Replace sand paper and give wood a very satin like finish but unlike sandpaper you can still feel the texture of the wood and it produces no dust and gives a more uniform finish. B. It can be used as a hand plane and take both extremely shallow and less shallow shavings by learning how to work with the tool. C. It can be used to shape wood and do many other things.5/55Nice, useful little sheets of metal!!These are a very nice set. They're made of what appears to be good steel, and are a decent size. Each of the scrapers are a nice thickness, which makes them fairly easy to sharpen. Out of the package it was possible to use these if you were looking to just do some general scraping, like say removing some squeeze out. They do need to be sharpened if you want to use them for smoothing though.Get a decent file and a burnisher if you're going to use these for smoothing, and learn how to sharpen a scraper properly. These should work well and last for years if you keep them sharp and take care of them.5Excellent set of scrapers, versatile shapesThe concept is simple: smoothed edges for handing, sharpened edges for scraping. You use these opposite the way you use a chisel; set the sharpened edge against the wood and pull it toward you. It will remove minute quantities of wood and leave a fairly smooth surface. The multiple shapes allow you to scrape flat sides, curves and grooves.This is a good-quality, well-made set of scrapers. They are good for bringing wood down from rough to much-smoother finish and if used lightly can produce a very smooth finish on wood. They can replace coarse-grid sandpaper and save scratches in the wood as well. For final finish you'll still need to use either fine sandpaper or a burnisher. You'll find numerous opinions as to which works best.As far as these tools go, they do the job they're intended to do, very well. Press hard and they'll take off small strips of wood. Press lightly and they'll tone wood down to quality. Finish off with a burnisher or fine sandpaper.5good quality scrapersI'm a woodworker; I make my living building out of wood, cabinets, furniture, and a lot of finish carpentry. I need a curved cabinet scraper about once every two years, and I needed one a month ago and couldn't find mine. I probably lent it to someone on a job, and they probably forgot to give it back. Regardless, I phoned the local tool store and they said they thought they had them and the clerk went and looked and said they did, and then he described a straight cabinet scraper. So I went online, ordered this set of three through Amazon, got them in a day, and finished the job, which was scraping out custom made alder coved crown moulding. The set of three was very reasonably priced, and the quality is right there with my old Swedish Sandvick scrapers.5Really fine tool. Awesome! I am embarrassed to admit it but I had never used cabinet scrapers before. I've been making longbows for some time now and needed a way of removing lighter amounts of wood from the staves after taking most of it down with my planers. These scrapers have become my favorite simple tool for now. 5Perfect tool for refinishing kitchen cabinetsI got these scrapers to help with refinishing our kitchen cabinets. After 40 yrs of use there was a significant amount of wear around cabinet doors. Also, there is a build up of various substances used to hide the wear and tear around the areas where hands and fingers had been used to open and close doors. These scrapers will quickly take these areas down to a smooth surface ready for a refinishing effort. A re-staining and new varnish job will make our kitchen look like new. The various shapes will let you get into all the various surfaces and remove old varnish build up. A very high quality set of scrapers at a great price.5So Simple! So Amazing! Stop wasting your life using sandpaper.I heard about this thing from some YouTube video. From the images here it looked kind of cheap. Factoring in the price I wasn't expecting much. But this is some high quality steel. The ones I saw in the videos flexed but this is very stiff and rigid.It's very intuitive to use. Just do yourself a favor and look up how to raise a burr on YouTube.I honestly wasn't expecting much. But the 24" x 20" oak panel I glued up came out so amazing in just a few swipes. I would say a few swipes of this equals sanding up to 150 grit sandpaper. Then I just finished with ~220 for a silky smooth surface. For $17 this pays for itself after just a couple projects. Sandpaper can get super expensive! You use alot less with this! Of course you will still need sandpaper for tight areas and such but why not save some time and money and use this? I would even go so far to say that it's faster than a power sander.Quick Tip: If your surface is already semi-smooth or gets too smooth by using this. rough it up some with ~60 grit sand paper. This enables the scraper to grab the surface again.5One of my favorite tools. These scrapers are good quality and with ...One of my favorite tools. These scrapers are good quality and with the different shapes are versatile enough for many jobs. With a good burnisher they will form a lasting burr and shave with ease. Recommend for novice and seasoned carpenter alike.5Can't see any consWork fine, just be careful using the concave one, it's easy to rip a groove across with the corner if you're not really careful. I used these to shape a the profile of a guitar neck, but they don't take a lot off, I had to resort to files. Still, they were useful before the final finishing and to be sure it had a consistent arch.5
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  • Return or exchange requests can be made within 10 days of the delivery date.
  • To return or exchange any items, please email us at info@directnine.uk, clearly mentioning your order number and our customer support team will guide you on the process.
  • To be eligible for return, products must be in the exact condition you received them in. All packaging material must be undamaged and unused with the price tags intact.
  • Orders can be cancelled before dispatch. If the order has already been dispatched, cancellation fees might be charged.
  • Due to the nature of the products that we sell, we will not be able to replace or refund unwanted items if they have been opened or any seals are broken.
  • The refund will not include the import duties or the cost of delivery or return postage.
  • If your refund is approved, then it will automatically be credited to the original method of payment, within 7-10 days.
  • DirectNine reserves the right to alter and enforce this Return and Refund Policy at any time without having to serve a prior notice to users.
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Shipment tracking ID will be provided after your product(s) is dispatched. The delivery date stated is indicative and subject to availability, payment authorization, verification, and processing. In case your product(s) is not delivered due to an incorrect or invalid address, we will not be able to process any claims. However, we will notify you if it is returned to us.

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