“I bought it for $10 and it’s a great value,” said one commenter.
“The price is reasonable and it works very well.”
The scrap scraper, which is a little bigger than a tennis racket, is made of a durable material that’s supposed to last a lifetime.
A few months ago, the scraper broke.
Now, there’s a Craigslist ad for it for sale.
The scraper is part of the $2.5 million, two-year project to upgrade the existing H&M drywall scrapping service to make it more efficient and affordable.
The company has been working to make the scrap scrapper lighter, easier to operate, and easier to clean, as well as more energy-efficient.
The company says it’s using an energy-saving material called copper oxide to reduce the amount of copper in the scrapper and the waste product, which contributes to carbon emissions.
The scrap scrape has already proven itself to be a good value for its size.
The scraper has a weight of just 8 ounces, and it can handle a few hundred pounds of scrap.
The scrap has a shelf life of about six months.
But it can break if dropped, and a few days before that, it broke.