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February 01, 2003

The Rockeater drywall saw cuts on the push stroke with a 6-inch blade made of carbon steel that's tempered for longevity and chrome-plated to retard rusting. The chisel-point blade plunges through drywall and cement board, the company says, while the push-to-cut design minimizes tearing of drywall paper on the exposed side. A loop lets you hang the saw from your wrist or tool belt while working on ladders or scaffolding.


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