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Shows general use of Scraperite plastic blades and holders.
We're looking for videos showing use of Scraperite products in professional on the job settings. The more uncommon use examples will pique interest and drive more views. You get paid for your video based on the number of YouTube views.
If you have an uncommon professional use for Scraperite, we'd like to tell the world about it.
Simply grab your phone or have a friend shoot a video of Scraperite in action and upload it. Make sure the holder and blade components are used together showing how you're using Scraperite, on the job or around the house. Showing new ways of using Scraperite plastic scrapers helps others think of use case which may not yet be shown. These types of uncommon or unusual use videos usually tend to go to the top of the list and get the most views.
So the next time you're in the kitchen cleaning, working on a home project, diving the boat to scrape barnacles, removing flammable sludge, scraping floors in a commercial building, glazing windows, woodworking, or just trying to keep a safer environment, share it with the world right here. You may consider sharing comparisons to other solutions like using a scrubbing pad versus Scraperite on stainless steel or glass.
Another helpful comparison is showing different blade composition performance in a specific situation. Yellow (HYL) blade to remove paint spatter on widow frames versus Scraperite general purpose orange (GPO) blades.
Showing uses on aircraft alloys and composite materials as aerospace and marine applications always capture attention. Use applications in biology labs and medical settings are also attention getters.
The Scraperite team will review each video for relevant content and guidelines before uploading it to the Scraperite YouTube channel for public viewing. Video view count is visible directly on YouTube or on the Scaperite video page.