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Plastic Razor Blade

As as strange as it sounds, ScrapeRite manufactures plastic razor blades. Why on earth would you want a plastic razor blade? Designed for the automotive detailing industry, these blades can remove most stuck-on paints, adhesives, or other muck without damaging the surface like harder steel razor blades.

These standard-sized, double-edged, plastic razor blades fit in most razor blade holders. They can be used for scraping, peeling, or cleaning a variety of materials such as acrylic, plastic, vinyl, leather, painted metal, glass, rubber, tile, finished wood, and more.

The blades come in three different types: a rigid yellow blade, a flexible blue blade, or a flexible and long-lasting, general-purpose orange blade. ScrapeRite makes their blades with hot, injection-molded plastic for high strength and stiffness. The plastic also resists many chemicals and solvents.

For $9 you can buy a 25 pack of these plastic blades. If you need a holder you can buy five blades and a holder for $4 to $6.

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10 Responses to Plastic Razor Blades

  1. Lew says:

    If you want to remove caulk or stickers adhered to any porcelain bathroom fixture or dried paint drips off hardwood floors – this is a winner. I last used them in my last renovation when the threat of a steel razor blade might scratch a ‘delicate’ surface. Added bonus: they have also work great on getting little kid’s stickers off our living room furniture (grrr).

  2. LDobie says:

    Not only are they useful for those uses outlined above, but what a great way to get a razor blade aboard and aircraft now days! *looks out window to see the feds pulling up driveway*

    Seriously though, would be great for scraping the algae out fo my aquariums as well!

  3. Bob Thomas says:

    I’ve seen these mentioned in passing before,now I finally know where to get them. Thanks.

  4. cDub says:

    Sup, airport security.

  5. Jeff says:

    Could I shave with these?

  6. Benjamen Johnson says:

    Well, if you download the PDF from the manufacturer it says that you CAN cut with them, but that’s not recommended.

    As for shaving, you’d probably have a better chance cutting your face then any whiskers.

  7. Keith says:

    Use them to trim wax fill from nail hole filling

  8. mike hurley says:

    Scrape Rite no longer fulfills orders. Coastal Distributors is manufacturing plastic razor blades to fill in the loss.

  9. Kayla says:

    You can use these to clean the inside of glass aquariums without scratching them.

  10. Mark says:

    Which color blade would be best to get off a decal that has been on my truck paint for 8 years??? And unfortunately it is huge!

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