Paint peeler is a handy little tool, capable of removing dirt nibs and high spots in one quick pass. To use, simply tilt the blade onto its chamfered edge and gently push against dirt nibs or paint blobs, runs, & sags. The dust needles have microfine hooks. It allows the removal of dust and dirt without damaging the painted surface.
Avoid paint defects and paint runners in the paint
If dust or other impurities are in your paint or varnish, you can use a dust pin to remove dust and dirt without damaging the painted surface. Dust needles have micro-small hooks at the end so you can fish up the impurity.
Should you get a runner, you can easily sand it away when the paint is dry. For that, we recommend that you use a lacquer planer, and it can sound much more violent than it really is. Paint planer is used to remove very precise small paint defects and paint runners.
How does a paint planer or paint peeler work?
To better understand how it works, you can imagine that you have the cutting power of a razor, except without the flexibility issues associated with the thin blade.