Kyocera makes quite a few styles of ceramic kitchen knives, but did you know that they also make a handy utility scraper as well? Although primarily intended for kitchen use, the Ceraplaner looks like it could be used around the house and shop in as well.
The Ceraplaner cannot be used on glass, non-stick surfaces (e.g. Teflon), or delicate tile work. Amazon lists in the scraper’s product features that it can be used for the removal of paint, lacquer, mildew or rust, which makes me think it should be fine on most other flat non-delicate surfaces.
The blade is made from zirconia (zirconium oxide), a durable ceramic material, and the handle is plastic. Ceramic blades can NOT be sharpened without specialized equipment, so if it ever dulls, you’ll need to send it out for refinishing. On the plus side, ceramic blades often remain sharp for far longer than traditional steel blades.