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Several years ago people started asking Equalizer for a shorter version of this tool. They introduced a shorter version and it became so successful they stopped making the longer version. Then, people started a (more ...)
Used to remove urethane and butyl from the pinchweld, our pinchweld preparation tools have a hardened steel blade that can be sharpened dozens of times. The shank is long enough to keep hands away from pieces of broken glass. (more ...)
This durable tool will give you years of service. A razor blade is too wide to use across the top or up most A-pillars, but it is ideal to use across the bottom. The nice thing about this tool is that you pull out the old bla (more ...)
Many of today’s vehicles have a very narrow pinchweld. Sometimes the mouldings wrap around the pinchweld and when removing the moulding you must have a pinchweld preparation tool narrow enough to go down into the U-chan (more ...)
These may be the last pinchweld preparation tools you will ever buy. From now on you may just buy blades. When the blade finally wears out, remove the two screws, drop in a new blade and you are ready to prepare pinchwelds fo (more ...)
A safer approach to carrying razor blades in your tool box or your pockets. It features an easy and safe blade change method. Comes with one single-edge razor blade. In the carrying position the razor blade faces into the scr (more ...)
This is a short version of our SuperScraper™ tool. It features the same quick-change collet so you can change blades in seconds. As a technician, you will appreciate the thin, surgically sharp blades and the ability to (more ...)
Proper pinchweld preparation is essential for a successful replacement. Urethane companies today recommend that you leave 2 to 3 mm (between 1/16" and 3/32") of urethane on the pinchweld. This is easy to accomplish using a Pr (more ...)
This is one of the most successful tools ever introduced by Equalizer. Technicians appreciated the thin, surgically sharp blades and it quickly became one of the most commonly used pinchweld preparation tools in the world. If (more ...)
This tool will help you leave 2 mm (1/16") of urethane on the pinchweld just like the manufacturers recommend. One easy way to accomplish this is to put the chisel side up and use the heel of the blade to control the height a (more ...)
Replacement blades for all of the pinchweld preparation tools shown above. These blades can also be used in the Equalizer® Switchblade™. Do you have an old cold knife laying around with a pull handle that is no long (more ...)
The most commonly used item in an auto glass shop is the razor blade. We use them to remove everything from stickers to excess urethane. Equalizer® razor blades are tough, strong, industrial razor blades packaged in boxes (more ...)
On days when you have snow and rain it can reduce your productivity by 50%. To have a successful installation you must start with a dry vehicle. No matter if it is snow in the winter or a rain shower in the summer you can dry (more ...)
It is not very often that we discontinue an item and then receive the volume of calls we received asking us to bring it back, however the Razorback™ is one of those items. It seems we made the decision to discontinue it (more ...)
Phosphoric acid is commonly used in body shops as a pre-primer treatment for rust and corrosion. Once the rust or corrosion is removed down to the shiny metal, the acid is applied to neutralize left over small particles, and (more ...)
6" long so you can reach into any bottle.ontamination is the new buzzword in this industry and now that we have really started thinking about contamination it is amazing how many ways we contaminate urethane or primers. How m (more ...)
In recent years, auto glass technicians have become more aware of contamination problems. One area of contamination is the pinchweld itself. Each time you put primer on the pinchweld and then dip the dauber back in the can yo (more ...)
Many vehicles have very small pinchwelds and conventional daubers are too large. A large dauber may cause urethane to spread onto the headliner or worse, drip onto the seat. This is the reason why we offer these small daubers (more ...)