cabinet scraper

cabinet scraper

[′kab·ə·nət ‚skrāp·ər]
(design engineering)
A steel tool with a contoured edge used to remove irregularities on a wood surface.

cabinet scraper

A flat steel blade used for smoothing a wood surface after it has been planed, or for scraping paint, etc., from the surface.
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Once you try a cabinet scraper to smooth fiat surfaces or curved sculpted forms, you'll want to use it on all your projects.
For much of the fine work normally relegated to a heathen belt sander--removing saw marks, smoothing glue lines or torn grain--I recommend one of the simplest tools of all: the cabinet scraper. Essentially nothing more than a flat piece of tool steel, its secret is in its sharpening.
A cabinet scraper has two handles, making scraping less tiring and more even.
You might want to try curve-edged cabinet scrapers, available on eBay from many sources.