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14 in 1 Paint Scraper Tool by Husky

Updated on October 27, 2016

Handiest Tool to Keep Handy around the House

This is one of my FAVORITE PRODUCTS and handiest tools ever. I keep it Handy and Use it often. The Husky 14 in 1 Tool is not only useful for Home Remodeling and Renovation but I keep it Handy because of ALL of it's uses. Scraper, Screw Driver, Paint Roller Cleaner, Pointed Edge End is great to get into tight areas and so much more.

I finally found a similar product that is a paint scraping tool too. I was so happy I am now able to show you where you can buy a fantastic muliti use tool as this. See the Link Below the BIG Image.

My mother recently purchased this brand and the advantage is that it didn't seem to rust after cleaning with it. As you can see from my photos of my paint scraping tool, it did discolor a bit after cleaning painting tools with it. This one didn't discolor yet but I only used it a couple of days while visiting my mom.

You will appreciate how these paint scraping tools help you clean your paint rollers, brushes and ALL sorts of uses. See below how many ways to use these multi use handiest tools.

Handiest Tool I Ever Own

14-in-1 Multi-Purpose Tool

My Husky Paint Scraper Multi Function Tool
My Husky Paint Scraper Multi Function Tool

Shur-Line 10 in 1 Scraper Tool but so much MORE

Handiest Tools. So many Handy Uses.

Read why I love my Scraper Tool so much. I own the Husky and I finally found a Shur-Line tool that is very similar.

Husky Scaper Tool with Multi Functions is one of Little Linda Pinda's Favorite Products

See why this Fabulous Home Remodeling Tool is a MUST HAVE!

I was so happy to find this for you on Amazon. My mother just purchased this Shure-Line 10 in 1 Scraper tool. I cleaned the roller skin with it, scraped lots of gunky paint off the paint tools and it didn't rust like the Husky brand. I really like both.

Having Remodeled and Renovated Homes and Investment Properties for over 30 years now, I have discovered some Incredible Tools that I just LOVE. I feel that if I am going to save so much MONEY by doing the work myself, I am going to splurge and buy great tools to help me get the job done quicker and more efficiently. Well this tool is not a Splurge but WILL help you to get jobs done quicker and easier.

Imagine this, such a simple tool is just one of my Many Favorite Products. Why, for as many reasons as it has uses. For many years, the Husky Scaper has been one of my Favorite Products - Tools but this year my mom, showed me another use for this tool that I never even realized. My mom is one of the smartest and most talented people you could ever meet but I'll talk more about that later.

Husky Scaper Tool

This is a 14 in 1 super Handy tool that I use primarily while preparing for painting but lets look at some of the 14 Functions of this fabulous Little Linda Pinda's Favorite Products. It is a Paint Can Opener, Chisle Scaper, Scraper,Roller Cleaner, 1/4 inch and 3/8 inch Nut Wrench, Screw Driver, Nail Remover, all in 1 Handy Little Tough Steel Tool. Keep this one Handy, you will Love all the Functions.

Little Linda Pinda's Favorite uses for this Product

1. The first reason this is one of my Favorite Products is because of the pointed sharp end. I can gauge out paint, caulk, gunk etc... with this point.

2. The sharp Scaper with a Chisel Edge. I love the beveled sharp edge to the scaper and the size is right for many jobs. I use it for spackling and scaping off the spackling to flatten and remove the excess. It helps me to remove excess grout, glue, caulk etc..........

3. I has 2 Hexagon shapes to tighten or remove Nuts, 1/4 Inch and 3/8 Inch. I actually never used this feature but it is there.

4. Flat Head and Phillips Screw Driver bit included. How handy is that?

5. Roller Cleaner. Now this is the feature my Mom taught me about on our last home renovation. Look at the curved edge. You just run this tool from the top of the paint roller to the bottom. Remove excess paint first and then proceed to wash out the roller with warm soap and water continuing to use the tool to remove paint and the soapy water until water runs clear. I then remove as much water from the paint roller as possible, shake the roller and set up to dry.

This will save you Money because a job I wouldn't do anymore, cleaning my paint rollers, I now will clean them because of this tool. Also, I now treat myself to Natural Lambs Wool Paint Rollers, Awesome. I will write an article on this product later.

Where to Purchase: I purchased mine at my Local Home Depot in the Paint Department. I will continue to try to find it online to make it easier for you to order. This is the first time I couldn't find one of my favorite products at Amazon, sorry for the inconvenience.

Update. YEAH!!! I found a Shur=Line 10 in 1 Tool that is very similar to mine.

Here is another brand that is similar to my tool.

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Let me know what other uses you could find with this great tool at Little Linda Pinda's Email Address

10 in 1 Scraper Tool

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This is very similar to my tool that I featured. You will appreciate all the chores this tool can do. I love the pointed edge tip to scrape at hard to reach areas and the curve to clean your roller skins. The screw driver bits are handy for a quick light job but you will want to use a full screw driver for repetitive and tougher jobs.

Keep it handy.

I keep mine in the dedicated Kitchen Tool/Office Drawer.

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      anonymous 4 years ago

      This is a really handy tool. I've used it.

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      Escapes2 4 years ago

      These are very useful. I find myself reaching for one frequently.

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      Treasures By Brenda 5 years ago from Canada

      This sounds like a very handy tool indeed.

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      InSearchOf LM 5 years ago

      I've always wanted to get into the remodeling/flipping scene... maybe one day. This looks like a great tool. Thank you for the great review of it.

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      Camden1 5 years ago

      Sounds like a very useful tool!

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      tjustleft 5 years ago

      I have used variations of this tool for years. It's one of the most used tools we own.

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      ElizabethJeanAl 5 years ago

      Handy tool to have

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      dellgirl 5 years ago

      Yes, I do see why you LOVE this Tool with its many Handy Uses. I love it too,

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      WriterJanis2 5 years ago

      This sounds great.

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      Little Linda Pinda 5 years ago from Florida

      @anonymous: Isn't this tool the greatest. I am glad you found it years ago tool

      Thank you for visiting. I love this tool, especially when my mom pointed out the painter roller cleaner to clean the really quality lambs wool rollers that I now use.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      14 tools in 1, I have used them for years.

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      anonymous 5 years ago

      Looks very useful!

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      Little Linda Pinda 5 years ago from Florida

      I bought mine at Home Depot in the Paint Department. So handy. You can see from the picture of I use it a lot.

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      ottoblotto 5 years ago

      Way cool!

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      Nancy Tate Hellams 5 years ago from Pendleton, SC

      I've never seen this 14 in 1 Paint Scraper Tool by Husky but it sure looks like a great tool to own. Thanks for the heads up.

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      Cynthia Sylvestermouse 5 years ago from United States

      Wow! This looks like a really handy and needed tool.

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      Cynthia Sylvestermouse 5 years ago from United States

      Wow! This looks like a really handy and needed tool.

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      JoshK47 5 years ago

      Looks like a very useful tool indeed! :)

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      hlkljgk 5 years ago from Western Mass

      such a simple tool, but it does so much. how could one live without it!? :)

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      Little Linda Pinda 5 years ago from Florida

      I painted today and couldn't find my trusty scraper and felt lost without it. Thank you so much for visiting my lens.

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      KimGiancaterino 5 years ago

      We're doing a lot of the work on our 1926 house and proper tools are key. Thanks for letting me know about this one. Looks like a good stocking stuffer idea for my husband.

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      Little Linda Pinda 5 years ago from Florida

      Thanks to my 80 year old mom for the tip on cleaning your paint roller with it. Splurge on a real wool roller too. The paint flows so nicely and seems to hold more paint. Thank you for your nice comment.

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      Faye Rutledge 5 years ago from Concord VA

      I will be buying one of these great paint scraper tools! Thanks for the tip on cleaning your paint roller with it. Thanks for this great review!