It can be difficult to review something as mundane as a scraper, but the Ninja Tools Scraper does stand out a little bit. It comprises of a curved stainless-steel blade with a sharp tip, a hand guard, and a robust, easy grip handle. They’re currently available on Amazon, and they’ll set you back roughly £12. Click here to see online prices.
My Ninja Tools scraper Review
I’m a Decorator, so I mostly use scrapers to remove loose paint or imperfections from woodwork etc, which you can easily do with the Ninja Scraper. The blade is sharp, so it easily cuts through dry paint and other material. The soft grip handle makes it comfortable to use and easy to control for prolonged periods.
The sharp blade can buckle if you abuse it (say if you hit a nail when scraping wood), but it sharpens again with sandpaper, so no big deal.
The thing that really sets this scraper apart from others is its curved blade, which is designed specifically for scraping material like filler or plaster from a bucket or paint kettle. The scraper hugs the surface of the side of your bucket as you’re using it, which means you remove more material with each pass.
Oh, and another feature of the Ninja Tools Scraper is it sits on the edge of your bucket when you’re not using it. This probably took some development on the part of Ninja Tools, as it seems to be about balance. The blade, although seemingly lightweight, is heavy enough to anchor the scraper in position, and the large handguard sits nicely on the bucket.
I know scrapers are not the sexiest tools in the world, but the Ninja Tools Scrapers are good. It’s a robust bit of kit that makes your job as a decorator, tiler, or plasterer that little bit easier. It probably won’t change your life in the way dust free sanding or spraying would, but for the sake of £12, it’s well worth getting one. Click here to see online prices.
Ninja Tools scraper Review – by Mike Cupit