Reccomendations a Snow Brush Ice Scraper

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Originally Posted By: dave123
All I say is make sure it has a brass scraper.
I didn't know that was a real thing until now. I actually searched amazon to see if you were kidding, but sure enough. To the OP, I value length over anything but to be honest I buy them clearance in March and I'm not too choosy.
 
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I pass on the brass scraper.. if its that stuck on the car can heat up for 5min. Although we have more 2-3" of snow on the car after work than straight ice... or icesnow.
 
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The best scraper I have is one I made from scrap 1/4-inch lucite. The key for efficacy is to sharpen whatever you have before every season.
 
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Originally Posted By: bepperb
Originally Posted By: dave123
All I say is make sure it has a brass scraper.
I didn't know that was a real thing until now. I actually searched amazon to see if you were kidding, but sure enough. To the OP, I value length over anything but to be honest I buy them clearance in March and I'm not too choosy.
once you go to one you will never pick up plastic pos again.
 
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Originally Posted By: dave123
Originally Posted By: bepperb
Originally Posted By: dave123
All I say is make sure it has a brass scraper.
I didn't know that was a real thing until now. I actually searched amazon to see if you were kidding, but sure enough. To the OP, I value length over anything but to be honest I buy them clearance in March and I'm not too choosy.
once you go to one you will never pick up plastic pos again.
while I dont believe it, thats kinda the argument people who run winter tires use smile Oh wait I have 4 ws-80's out in the breezeway ready to go on smile
 
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Originally Posted By: dave123
All I say is make sure it has a brass scraper.
Can I get a cheap Brass one, like the Amazon 4 dollar "CJ Industries F101 Fantastic Ice Scraper with Brass Blade " and expect it to work great? It gets an amazing reviews, I might get one just because, or as a filler to reach 35 bucks.
 
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Originally Posted By: bepperb
Originally Posted By: dave123
All I say is make sure it has a brass scraper.
Can I get a cheap Brass one, like the Amazon 4 dollar "CJ Industries F101 Fantastic Ice Scraper with Brass Blade " and expect it to work great? It gets an amazing reviews, I might get one just because, or as a filler to reach 35 bucks.
Looks OK I never spend much on one like many reviews say they grow legs once people try them
 
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I usually use the plastic scrapers. Hopkins / Hoppy makes some decent ones. I usually sand the sharp corners (not the edge of the blade) round. I had an instance, years ago, where the sharp corner dug into the side window weatherstrip and tore it.
 
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