Crown Pair of Corner Cleaning Chisels
Crown Pair of Corner Cleaning Chisels
£19.46 (£16.22 Ex. VAT)

Crown Pair of Corner Cleaning Chisels

Code: 111014

  • Removes dried glue from an inside corner or hard to reach spots
  • Hardwood handles
  • 6.35mm(1/4") square tool steel
  • One cranked right, one left
£19.46 (£16.22 Ex. VAT)

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In Detail

Just how do you remove dried glue from an inside corner or generally clean up in those hard to reach but often not noticed spots? That's just what this pair of hardwood handled tools have been made for. Made from 6.35mm(1/4in) square tool steel, one cranked right, one left. In fact the design is quite old, we can only describe these as nifty tools that are going to get well used.

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Overall rating 4.4 out of 5 based on 1 review

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14 July 2017

Useful, and good for more than just glue clean-up

They're inexpensive, and well made for the price. The crank on them is very handly for getting into corners, housings, and channels, cases where the side may be too tall for a straight chisel- where the handle would ordinarily foul the cut. The square side of the tool is great for following edges, where a skew would require a more careful approach. They're listed as tools for glue cleaning, but with a little grinding they sharpen to a great edge for cleaning joints too. Good steel, quite polished on the corners though, so will require a new minutes of work to turn these into great tools.

For me, they're a fantastic tool to have in the arsenal for the odd job that used to be awkward or a headache.
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