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Wax and scrape often...your board will thank you.

The Burton Tri-Scraper features three sides and six scraping surfaces so you'll always have a sharp edge. The big, wide platform gives you plenty of leverage for efficient scraping.

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3 5

Plastic Gets Rounded Quick

Just like any plastic scraper it doesn't stay sharp for long. you can always re-sharpen it with a knife sharpener, take a table saw to it, or buy lots of them. I prefer to use a metal scraper just be careful to not gash your board when using the metal scraper.

5 5

Burton has done it again

six effective scraping edges, edge trimmer, super durable, perfect size and shape when your really going at it. What more can you ask for?

3 5

It's a scraper, don't hate

Prior to buying this I was using an automotive ice scraper and my student ID to get wax off of my base. This does a good job, but I find myself "sharpening it" with a utility knife every 3-4 uses.

Ditch the utility knife and get a file. attach the file to a table/bench and use that to sharpen your scrapper. this is the best way to get a straight, clean, and level edge.

wt does it do

wt does it do

This is used to scrape the excess wax off your base after you wax it.

2 5

Not recommended

The edges dulled out and became jagged after 1 scrape not worth it. Get a dakine scraper for an extra 1 buck.

The only good thing (sad to say) that burton makes in bindings