There's a Better Way: Cutting Rigid Insulationcomments (1) April 15th, 2009 in Blogs
Video Length: 1:26
Produced by: John Ross
When Chris Ellis of Brewster, Mass., was looking for the right tool to cut rigid-foam insulation, he tried a utility knife, a kitchen knife, and a saw. None of those options worked especially well. So Chris created something that works beautifully. As Chuck Miller demonstrates in this video tip, a 2-in. putty knife with a sharpened blade cuts through the foam like butter.
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