chisel knife

chisel knife

A knife with a square edge, usually 1 ½ in. (3.8 cm) or less in width, used to scrape off paint or wallpaper in areas where a wider-edged stripping knife would not be suitable.
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Prices start at about pounds 2.45 for a chisel knife. See www.harrisbrushes.com for more details.
Scrape out any loose material using a small chisel knife (like a small wallpaper stripping knife).
PUTTY IN YOUR HANDS: Marshalltown is introducing II new DuraSoft handle joint and putty knives, including a 1 1/4-inch chisel knife, a 2-inch flexible putty knife, and a 5-inch joint knife with hammer end.