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When it comes to scraping dried paint, caulk, and glue off of surfaces, the best tool for the job is a safety scraper. The SL100 is a Level 4 Spring Loaded Safety Scraper that easily removes paints, glues, adhesive residue, tapes or labels from hard surfaces. The blade quickly retracts into the housing as soon as the job is done.

Safety Scraper

The AS100 has a retractable blade that retracts when the knife is closed.


The world's first true safety scraper.

Designed with a spring-loaded mechanism, the blade within the SL100 sits safely within an ergonomic handle, after each cut. The mechanism has a patented design to prevent the push-back force from being transmitted through the scraper to the user's thumb.

With the SL100's spring-loaded safety technology, you will feel confident that you're protected from injury—and frustration. As with our entire line of safety knives, the SL100 is fitted with Mozart® blades, which are known for their longevity and durability.

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Product Specifications
Dimensions 135mm x 21.8mm
Weight 75 gms
Materials Glass-filled nylon

Frequently Asked Questions

  • Use a tool that's made for the job. A safety scraper is designed to remove paint and caulk without damaging the underlying surface or causing you any injury. They're also easy to hold in one hand while you scrape with the other.
  • Paper towels can absorb excess liquid on your hands before it drips onto your floor or furniture. Wear gloves to keep from transferring any toxic materials onto yourself or others around you.
  • Plastic wrap can be placed over surfaces that are too delicate for even a safety scraper (like glass) during scraping or cutting operations so that they don't get damaged by debris falling from where you're working on another part of your project using another tool altogether (like a razor blade).
  • Scraping tools like these should never be used for cutting purposes: they are designed specifically for removing material from surfaces without marring them further than necessary

A safety scraper is a tool that is used to remove dried paint, caulk and glue from surfaces. Safety scrapers are essential in any household with children or pets.

Safety scrapers are important because they can prevent injury when dealing with dried paint, caulk and glue. They also allow you to clean up small amounts of material at a time.

Safety scrapers are convenient because they can be stored in a drawer or cabinet until needed. They do not take up much room and are easy to store when not being used.

Some best practices for safety Dried Paint, Caulk and Glue include:

  1. Always wear safety goggles when using a safety scraper to avoid getting debris in your eyes;
  2. Make sure you have ample ventilation while using a safety scraper; and
  3. Do not use the same blade on more than one surface without cleaning it first

Safety scrapers are important because they can help you avoid injury and make your work easier. Safety scrapers are designed to protect both the user and others around them from injury. If you have a regular scraper instead of a safety scraper, there's a chance that someone could get hurt by accident if their hand slips while they're using it.

The importance of combining training with your safety scraper purchase is that it helps you learn how to use your new tool in a safe and effective manner. When your employees are trained on how to use their new safety equipment, they will be able to perform their jobs safely and confidently.

Safety knives protect people by making sure they don't cut themselves by engineering out the hazards. The sharp edge of a regular scraper can easily cause serious lacerations. Safety knives are designed to prevent this type of accident.

The best way to evaluate which safety knives are best for your cutting tasks is by conducting a free safety scraper evaluation and discussing your specific situation with a safety cutting professional.

The two most common injuries caused by unsafe knives in the workplace and in factories are lacerations and repetitive motion injuries.

Lacerations are the most common injury caused by unsafe knives in the workplace. These occur when a person's body comes into contact with a blade that is being used.

Repetitive motion injuries are also common with poorly engineered knives in the workplace. These occur when someone uses a scraper repetitively for long periods of time. This can lead to carpal tunnel syndrome, tendonitis, or other musculoskeletal issues.