Stanley 20-556 Fat Max Jabsaw / Drywall Saw
With its narrow blade that tapers away from the handle, the Stanley FatMax Jabsaw or Drywall Saw, will make installing electrical outlets a breeze! This Jab Saw can easily cut irregular shapes using its point to break through wallboard or drywall material for that all important first cut.
Stanley 20-556 Features:
- Stanley's SharpTooth technology cuts on both the push and pull stroke and cuts up to 50% faster than traditional jabsaws
- Sharp tip easily punches through sheetrock
- Tempered blade offers the longest cutting life possible
- Cuts wood, plastics, drywall and other soft materials
- Slip resistant cushioned handle is comfortable and ergonomic
- 1x Stanley 20-556 FatMax Jabsaw/Drywall Saw
- UPC: 076174205565
- Teeth Per Inch: 6.0
- Recommended Saw Use: Wood
- Progressive Tooth Spacing: No
- Toolless Blade Changing: No
- Saw Length (in): 6.0
- Blade Length (in): 6.0
- Sheath Included: No
- Color / Finish: Black/Yellow
- Global Trade Number (GTIN): 00076174205565
- Blade Material: Steel
- Handle Length (in): 8.0
- Handle Material: Rubber
- Retractable Blade: No
- Tooth Count: 48
- Lockable Blade: Yes
- Product Type: Jab Saw
- Manufacturer Warranty: Limited Lifetime
How to Repair a hole Using Your Stanley FatMax Jabsaw
Getting a hole in your sheetrock is going to be inevitable; how you repair it is another story. No matter what size hole you get it your drywall, the key to making a seemless repair, is to always cut the damaged area out.
- First, cut a piece of drywall to a size just slightly larger than the damaged area. Use this as a template to trace on the wall itself.
- Second, following the pencil mark you just drew on the wall, cut out the damaged wall section using your FatMax drywall saw.
- Third, cut two furring strips about 5-6 inches wider than the hole and secure them to the outside edges of the whole using screws. The furring strips are used to attach the sheetrock patch in place.
- Attached the drywall, making sure you do not leave any large gaps around the edges as that will require addition time and effort to tape and compound.
- Apply tape along the seams between the drywall patch and the wall and cover the tape with joint compound.
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