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    Default Removing squeegee blades

    What's the best way to get a blade out of a wooden 'handle'?

    I just thought I'd ask before I inevitibly fuck it up.

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    -Jer

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    Damn I was hoping for some kind of clever secret.

    Thanks.

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    The nice squeegee I have has screws with philips heads on one side and allen heads on the other. I haven't messed with it yet because I got it a month or so ago, but it looks pretty simple. I'm just not sure if there are holes in the top of the blade where the screws go through or if they just apply the necessary amount of pressure to keep it in place. Good luck.

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    Jer if it's a cheap wood blade they probably used little nails - they need to come out. Use a pair of needlenose pliers, dig the wood out a bit to get at the head.
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