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  1. mark2788

    mark2788 Active Member
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    I need to get a new scraper and wondered what is the best to buy?
     
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  2. Adam curtis

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    The unger ninga one is a good bit of kit


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  3. TolishAPurd

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    I was going to pick up a ninja one when my current one breaks, but it just keeps on going. It's the red and black triumph scraper from windowcleancenter Normal unger ones (green/black) are rubbish, mine lasted a week before the little slider broke.
     
  4. Clisty1989

    Clisty1989 Forum Addict
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    I've just got a little unger pocket scraper rarely use it but seems good
     
  5. CHWS

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    Stanley scraper best of the lot
     
  6. peter rogers

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    i use the unger erotec 15cm on so much faster but blades are a **** to dear lol
     
  7. TommoTrueShineWCS

    TommoTrueShineWCS Active Member
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    Ive used the stubby green unger ones... short and hard to handle with cold-crippled hands. The ettore pocket scraper is great and ive got a loop on it for easy access. Slips if you lean on it wrong, but nonetheless has done me proud.

    Ive got the unger ninja 4" ordered and due soon, will let you know how i get on with it... got a street of three bed council semis to scrape down where the council lads have painted the houses and covered the windows... poor scraper is due for a baptism of fire...
     
  8. TommoTrueShineWCS

    TommoTrueShineWCS Active Member
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    Heres the loop. Means i can tug it out of my sidepocket at john wayne speed. IMG_20160628_233405.jpg IMG_20160628_233430.jpg
     
  9. captainzoom

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    Also have a large Triumph that seems to last forever. (Don't get much usage though.) Mostly use an Ettore pocket scraper like TTSW. Also tried tried the Unger green stubby before but didn't like it.
     
  10. boarcity

    boarcity Guest

    the latest unger ninja stainless blades dont rust- yahey !
     
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