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Manual Utility Scraper

  • The Slice 10591 Manual Utility Scraper
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 SKU #10591
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The Slice® 10591 Manual Utility Scraper introduces our finger-friendly®, rust-free safety blades to the world of industrial scrapers. Slice scrapers use our 10526 (rounded tip) and 10528 (pointed tip) utility blades in a sturdy handle that holds the blades steady for comfortable, safe scraping. Featuring soft-touch comfort grips and durable glass-filled nylon construction, this utility scraper is designed to last through hours of scraping while reducing hand strain. The handle has two preset blade positions to protect the blade and user when the tool is not in use.

  • Installed blade type: rounded tip
  • Durable nylon handle with soft-touch comfort grips
  • Ambidextrous design 
  • Compatible blades: 10526, 10528
  • Finger-friendly® edge lasts 11x longer than metal
  • Chemically inert blade never rusts
  • Non-sparking, non-conductive, non-magnetic blade
  • Oil- and lubricant-free blade
  • Reduces injuries, lowers costs
  • No-tool blade change
  • SKU #10591

Compatible Blades  

Product Specifications  

L 136.5 x W 73.1 x H 22.9 mm
GFN, TPEE, POM, zirconium oxide
64.0 g


4.5 / 5
4 reviews
  • Chris Winter
    4 months ago
    Scraper works as advertised, removing materials that could cause defects in our finished films.
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  • Anonymous
    8 months ago
    It’s an amazing tool. And especially the fact that it’s super safe, it makes it even better!!!
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  • alan weber
    2 years ago
    Excellent and easy to use!
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  • charles magee
    3 years ago
    Again, the quality was not up to the standards we are used to, but given the application, tool did suffice
    0 replies

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More About the Slice Manual Utility Scraper

How Is This Utility Scraper Safer Than Standard Scrapers?


A standard flat-bladed utility scraper uses a standard (read: dangerously oversharpened) steel utility blade, or even a razor blade. But like standard steel cutting tools, the metal blade wears down quickly. Users are often left with a blade that’s too sharp or too dull, both dangerous in their own way.


Advanced ceramics last much longer than steel, but other ceramic scraper manufacturers still use an unnecessarily sharp blade. So while their blades may not dull quickly, they still start out dangerously sharp.


Slice® blades have a unique finger-friendly® edge that’s sharp enough to be effective, but still safe to the touch. This allows companies who use Slice to reduce injuries and lower costs.


Will a Ceramic Scraper Break?


We can’t speak for any other ceramic scraper on the market, but Slice scrapers are sturdy and take advantage of our thicker blade to absorb pressure without breaking. Remember, we use 100 percent zirconium oxide—which is much harder than steel—not typical kitchen ceramics, which are prone to shattering. And while our blades will eventually break if they’re subjected to a side load, the design of a scraper doesn’t allow this because the pressure is absorbed across the length of the blade.


How Do You Change the Slice Manual Scraper’s Blade?


On the top of our ceramic scraper, you’ll see an orange slider button, which is used to set the blade position. As part of that mechanism, there is a small tab with the image of a lock engraved in it.


First, set the handle to the exposed blade position. Then, press downward on the “lock” tab so that it won’t catch on the dark grey handle. At the same time, push the slider as far forward as it can go. Your blade should now be fully exposed and easy to lift off the orange blade holder. Simply remove the current blade and replace it with a new 10526 or 10528 blade, lining up the blade notch so it sits in the holder. Then press on the slider mechanism again and pull the blade all the way back into the housing.

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