WET PIVOTING SCRAPER
WET PIVOTING SCRAPER

WET PIVOTING SCRAPER

Regular price $20.65 Sale

The Wet Pivoting Scraper has a unique lubricating microfibre pad behind the blade making it ideal for cleaning windows and other surfaces. The ergonomic handle conveniently pivots to the desired angle. Comes with a blade cover for safe, convenient storage.

The Wagtail Wet Pivoting Scraper features the pivoting
mechanism which optimises scraper performance and flexibility as 
 the angle of the scraper head rotates freely, guided by the users wrist action as well as having the option to lock scraper head into a customised angel. 

This is the only scraper in the world with Wagtail’s Patented Pivot technology that also features a unique microfibre strip under the blade for necessary lubrication and added surface protection while scraping without 
obstructing the scraping task.

The Pivot technology and microfibre strip combined with Wagtail’s ergonomically designed handle sets this scraper apart from everything else on the market, these features work in synergy to provide optimum comfort and scraping performance in light and heavy duty tasks, during close manual work or fantastic for pole work at a distance, you’ll never need to buy another scraper again.
 

The razor sharp scraper blades are optimal for removing paint, decals, tape,
debris from 
glass surfaces, and more. Blades can easily be replaced and the tool will last you years.

Features

  • Wagtail Pivot Technology for free pivoting angle and optional locking mechanism.
  • Ergonomic handle – Extremely strong and lightweight with non-slip thumb grip rails.
  • Scientifically documented for Reducing hand, arm and shoulder fatigue. 
  • Microfibre Lubrication Strip
  • Includes removable protective blade cover.
  • Fits securely on Wagtail Angel Arm and Pole Cap for safe pole work
  • Made by people who are genuinely passionate about conservation and sustainable initiatives, feel content knowing all Wagtail tools are manufactured under environmentally sustainable and ethical processes