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The default scraper is shit. I recommend pic related, at least for getting under the edges.
The default bed is somewhat flexible, isn't it? You could take it off the metal surface and flex it to pop the print off. If you're using the glass bed, I don't think you have to worry so much about scratching the finish. Most of the "scratches" I make on mine end up disappearing anyway when I wash it.
If you want an easier time getting underneath the lip of the print, you could print with a small brim that lifts up fairly easily, and gives you a straight plane to the underside of the actual print.

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