Plastic Razor Blades
Note: Razors are highly viscous when moisture is applied, to ease removal add warm soapy water to lubricate the surface and the blade.
Steel Razor Blades Plastic Razor Blades Razor Scraper with Safety Cap
JEGS single edge Steel Razor Blades come in packs of 100 so you always have some on hand for any project. The edge of each heavy-duty blade has been precision honed for ultimate durability and longevity. They fit all standard razor blade tools plus, the packs are resealable for safe, organized storage. Whether you're scraping off excess paint, stickers, or glue; a clean, sharp razor blade is a necessity.
JEGS double edge Plastic Razor Blades are ideal for removing bird droppings, dead bugs, decals, emblems, paint overspray, tape, tree sap and vinyl letters or graphics from delicate surfaces such as fiberglass, plastics and window tint. These razors are high strength yet pliable and resistant to a wide range of chemicals and solvents. Sold in a package of 25 blades for a total of 50 edges.
JEGS Razor Scraper is made of tough, lightweight polypropylene and features a comfort sleeve for better grip and control. Once removed and attached to the other end, the safety cap extends the handle and locks the blade in place.
Steel Razor Blades
Plastic Razor Blades
Razor Scraper with Safety Cap
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