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Remove paint from canvas without damaging the surface!

With Jack Richeson's stainless steel Canvas Scraper, you can scrape paint from a canvas without damaging it. The curved blade distributes pressure evenly so that the surface is not damaged as you scrape. Scrapers are also perfect for modern impasto techniques and reductive painting. You can even scrape out areas of the painting's original ground color by removing what is wet. Jack Richeson Canvas Scrapers are available in 2-5/8" and 4-3/8" blade lengths. The double-edged steel blades are set in polished wooden handles.

Key Features:
  • 2-5/8" and 4-3/8" long blades
  • Double-edged steel blades
  • Reinforced, polished wood handles
  • Curved blades for easy, safe paint removal
Perfect For:
  • Wet or damp paint
  • Painters of all skill levels
  • Painters who use additive/reductive techniques
  • Impasto techniques
  • Safely scraping paint without canvas damage

Product Overview

Remove paint from canvas without damaging the surface!

With Jack Richeson's stainless steel Canvas Scraper, you can scrape paint from a canvas without damaging it. The curved blade distributes pressure evenly so that the surface is not damaged as you scrape. Scrapers are also perfect for modern impasto techniques and reductive painting. You can even scrape out areas of the painting's original ground color by removing what is wet. Jack Richeson Canvas Scrapers are available in 2-5/8" and 4-3/8" blade lengths. The double-edged steel blades are set in polished wooden handles.

Key Features:
  • 2-5/8" and 4-3/8" blades
  • Double-edged steel blades
  • Reinforced, polished wood handles
  • Curved blades for easy, safe paint removal
Perfect For:
  • Wet or damp paint
  • Painters of all skill levels
  • Painters who use additive/reductive techniques
  • Impasto techniques
  • Safely scraping paint without canvas damage

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