There are several different types of jigsaw blades available for various materials and speeds of cut. Choosing the right cutter for the job is essential in order to get the best finish and prolong the life of your power tool. Even if you have a relatively cheap jigsaw, with good blades you can get great results.
You don't have to spend big bucks to get decent blades but as always you get what you pay for. And the saying 'buy cheap buy twice' is as true as always with blades.
There are loads of different carpentry jobs I use my jigsaw for like skirting, kitchen fitting (including cutting kitchen worktops, sink/hob holes etc), scribing timber to irregular surfaces, cutting round pipes, roofing and more.Click here for tips on how to use a jigsaw for cutting perfect curved lines
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