Irwin 4 Point Utility Blades Last Twice as Long
Out of all the tools in my carpenters tool bag one of the most used tools is my utility knife. As far as utility knives go they’re all pretty similar with a few options, some have a retractable blade, some are fixed, some need a tool to change the blade and others don’t. It basically runs the gamut.
One thing that is super important to me is having a sharp blade. It’s so important that I actually carry two fixed utility knives and try to use one to as a “sacrificial blade” to cut junk like Vycor, ice and water shield, shingles,etc. The other knife I try to keep sharp.
Recently I experimented with Irwin Tools 1774103 Drywall Fixed Utility Knife and tried out their 4 point utility blades which have a breakable tip to give you two more sharp tips to work with.
Here’s what I found:
Irwin Tools 1774103 Drywall Fixed Utility Knife :
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