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Overview

Model # 75017C Store SKU # 1000170161

This professional high carbon steel blade scrapes up concrete, marble, ceramic tile and wood floors. With an all welded construction of pipe steel and replaceable blade, this scraper is made to outperform your conventional scraper. Designed to rip up roofing, asphalt, and tile, this durable tool can also chip away cement and plaster.

  1. All welded construction made of pipe steel with a replaceable rigid blade
  1. Four foot long handle includes foot peg for better leverage on difficult projects
  1. Rips up roofing, asphalt, tile and chips away cement and plaster
  1. Replacement blades: QEP No. 75007

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in inches)
1.3
Assembled Height (in inches)
54
Assembled Weight (in lbs)
6.25
Assembled Width (in inches)
10
Packaged Depth (in inches)
1.3
Packaged Height (in inches)
54
Packaged Weight (In lbs)
6.4
Packaged Width (in inches)
10

Details

Country of Origin
CN-China
Features
Blade Replaceable
For Use With
Ceramic Tile
Material
Steel

Warranty / Certifications

30 day warranty. Canadian Customer Service number 800 840-9422
7" Heavy-Duty Floor Scraper with BladeQEP 7" Heavy-Duty Floor Scraper with BladeThis professional high carbon steel blade scrapes up concrete, marble, ceramic tile and wood floors. With an all welded construction of pipe steel and replaceable blade, this scraper is made to outperform your conventional scraper. Designed to rip up roofing, asphalt, and tile, this durable tool can also chip away cement and plaster.
QEP
1000170161
7" Heavy-Duty Floor Scraper with Blade is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 6.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Happy with purchase! In looking for a tool to scrape off my lioleum flooring I stumbled across this. After reading some of the positive reviews I decided to give it a try and was pleasantly surprised. I was dealing with two layers of lioleum glued to plywood subfloor. I used a thin prybar and hammer to get the floor started, scored the flooring with a knife then proceeded to use the floor scraper to remove sections. I would recommend two people working together, one to scrape and the other to lift the material. I was really impressed with how well this tool worked as I read horror stories about removing lioleum. I would have given it a 5 out of 5 but thought it could have used a slightly sharper blade. Overall I was very, very happy!
Date published: 2011-08-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from the right tool Truly heavy duty, starting with it being heavy. Just what you want for removing tile from floor.
Date published: 2019-06-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good purchase Heavy duty. I used it for scraping up adhesive on concrete after removing vinyl flooring.
Date published: 2020-08-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from great tool Great tool for removing that 12 yr old vinyl tile that would not budge otherwise. I was worried about the blade breaking on me, but those fears were unfounded as the scraper was up to the task. Highly recommended.
Date published: 2012-05-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Effective This tool is very effective for cleaning stains out of garage floor or deck or patio.
Date published: 2008-01-18
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is it thin enough to pry off glued vinyl tiles?

Asked by: hala
This product is used to scrape up concrete, marble, ceramic tile and wood floors. It may also be used for ripping up roofing and vinyl floors. Customer Care
Answered by: The Manufacturer
Date published: 2023-12-20

can you use this scraper to remove driveway ice?

Asked by: Bill
7" & 14" wide scrapers have been used for this purpose with positive feedback.
Answered by: The Manufacturer
Date published: 2022-11-07

does it remove paint from a concrete floor?

Asked by: Anonymous
This scraper can assist in the removal of loose paint along with paint removers, etc.
Answered by: RobertsTeckRep
Date published: 2020-09-18

Applied epoxy to concrete floor 4 days ago. I now wish to remove it (long story). Will this tool help ?

Asked by: Jim8642
It might help but i would just let epoxy cure and put other flooring over it!
Answered by: Parki
Date published: 2019-09-28

Does this scraper work well to scrape left over tile mortar off of sub floor after tiles are removed?

Asked by: ginaa
Hi Yes our Heavy Duty Floor Scraper will work for your your application depending on the thickness of the material to be remove for better results we will recommend to use our Super Scraper 12" model 62995Q this one has a thicker blade that can be re sharpen so you dont have to replace it thank you QEP.CO.INC
Answered by: The Manufacturer
Date published: 2022-06-23

Would this tool be the right one to scrape really old dried up glue from cement front steps? The previous owners had that outdoor carpet on the front steps and we need to get it off as it's old and holding moisture. Thanks!

Asked by: SuzQ10
Thanks for your inquiry. I would some adhesive remover or cleaner to soften the adhesive, following their recommendations and use the scraper to remove softened adhesive.
Answered by: RobertsTeckRep
Date published: 2021-08-23

Can I use this for removing mortar on old tiles?

I have a bunch of tiles that have been torn up, I would like to use them again. Will this tool help me strip/scrape away the old mortar allowing me to reuse the tiles?
Asked by: Anonymous
This tool would be awkward due to the long handle, so a vice and grinder would be your best recommendation. The chemical reaction between mortar and the back of a tile is very strong, especially in the deep crevasses of most tiles, so using a hammer and chisel may risk breaking the tiles if too much pressure is applied.
Answered by: RobertsTeckRep
Date published: 2022-07-28
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