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Plastic rezer blades

Anybody ever try them ? Seems like plastic couldn't be too sharp or hold an edge.

I can't believe I misspelled razor blade...oh well
 
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Originally Posted by mark a. View Post

I can't believe I misspelled razor blade...oh well
And here I thought there was something new on the market?!

I've used these (spelled both ways) but they're not really intended to cut or act as the metal versions. There are some operations like automotive window tinting where their shape and size are just perfect.

Think of them more as tooling for adhesives, sealants etc or smoothing something into place rather than a blade.

They've been around for at least 20 years, ever since I first entered the auto glass biz.
 
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That makes better sense.
 
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what JWA said..


before that old credit cards.. sometimes sanded sharp .. or cut to fit an area...
 
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Useful for removing decals or adhesive materials from painted surfaces. They fit into the tools that use metal blades. Not too good for shaving with though...
 
 
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