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How does a cabinet scraper work?

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Cabinet scrapers, card scraper, gooseneck, concave, convex, square, steel, high carbon steel, tungsten carbide, scraping, woodwork, DIYer, carpenter. A cabinet scraper is placed onto the surface of a workpiece with the cutting edge at an angle. It is then pushed or pulled against the surface to remove any unwanted material or finishes to produce a clean, smooth finish.
Cabinet scrapers, card scraper, gooseneck, concave, convex, square, steel, high carbon steel, tungsten carbide, scraping, woodwork, DIYer, carpenter. The cutting edge has a hook (burr) on each side so it cuts when it’s pushed and angled away from you, or when it’s pulled and angled towards you.
Cabinet scrapers, card scraper, gooseneck, concave, convex, square, steel, high carbon steel, tungsten carbide, scraping, woodwork, DIYer, carpenter. The hook digs into the surface of the workpiece and creates shavings as it is pushed or pulled.

The shavings are the unwanted layer of the workpiece being removed.

Cabinet scrapers, card scraper, gooseneck, concave, convex, square, steel, high carbon steel, tungsten carbide, scraping, woodwork, DIYer, carpenter. This process is repeated until the surface is smooth.

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