Reddit Reddit reviews Hyde Tools 13050 Delta Heavy Duty Glass Scraper, 1 Pack

We found 8 Reddit comments about Hyde Tools 13050 Delta Heavy Duty Glass Scraper, 1 Pack. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Hyde Tools 13050 Delta Heavy Duty Glass Scraper, 1 Pack
5 blades are includedLarge hand hole for convenient storageThe product is manufactured in ChinaLarge ribbed control button for safer operationBlade track design minimizes clogging for positive blade extension and safe retractionThe blade is offset at 5 degrees to get under paint. Also great for taking stickers off mirrors, glass and more
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8 Reddit comments about Hyde Tools 13050 Delta Heavy Duty Glass Scraper, 1 Pack:

u/BrewCrewKevin · 5 pointsr/Homebrewing


I have all my friends keep New Glarus bottles because they are AWESOME to remove. The adhesive is water soluble and they literally fall off in an iced down cooler (which can be a pain at the beach, but great for me!)

I also recommend a small glass scraper blade like this guy. Even the hardest labels only take a minute to scrape off. Especially when already soaked.

u/PageFault · 5 pointsr/ucf

For stickers on glass, don't use goo-gone. Use a razor blade to scrape the glass.

It does not scratch, and takes less than a minute. Also, use it for your glass top stoves too.... Years of baked on grime on the rings will come off and it will look like new.

u/Johny_McJonstien · 2 pointsr/Aquariums

Try some filter floss. Pack a bunch into the final stage of your filter(s) it does a great job of cleaning up the very fine floaties.

As for the algae, a razor blade does wonders. Just be careful around the silicone joints. Something like this is easier on the hands than just a blade.

u/[deleted] · 2 pointsr/herpetology

I finally succeeded in removing duct tape residue from my tank using a razor blade paint removal tool that I found at Walmart for a few bucks.

u/ThatGuyinHouston · 1 pointr/houston

Good for Dallas for finding the adhesive that's most appropriate for the job.

I wish Houston had it and would use it a LOT.

So, yeah, FIRST: Don't leave your car parked on a public street without moving it for 3 days or more. If leaving it there is your only option, you have to go move it a foot or two every couple of days, but that's still wrong.

Second, get an old wash rag or terry cloth towel or rag and soak it with Goo Gone and drape it across the sticker residue. Let it sit there for 5 to 10 minutes. If it won't stay there, hold it or find some way to anchor it.

Then use a straight-edged razor, installed in a paint scraper (they cost less than 2 bucks) and the stuff will come off.

This will take a little effort - kind of like having to move a car every 2 days - so you may just have to sell the car.

u/rea1l1 · 1 pointr/Landlord

As someone who has removed a lot of crap from glass in my time, mix some dish soap and hot water and spread it over and around the sticker. Then get a good flat razer blade like this:

And go at it gently.

u/Knoxie_89 · 1 pointr/HomeImprovement
u/Ishtarrr · 1 pointr/JordanPeterson

Any actual JBP fan seeing that would get one of these:

And clean that up...