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Old 12-10-2016, 07:40 PM   #21
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My work was excellent. Install was good along with the crown.

His paint job was lacking. Very lacking.
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My work was excellent. Install was good along with the crown.

His paint job was lacking. Very lacking.
What do you cut down your knob and pull screws with?
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Electric Wire strippers that have the screw cutter in them. Or a belt sander.

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Cool, same here. Milwaukee has an angle cutter with two sizes of screw cutters that works well.
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Carried those wire strippers with me for a decade. And just recently started using them to cut screws. Used the belt sander for the most part. Not no mo.
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Carried those wire strippers with me for a decade. And just recently started using them to cut screws. Used the belt sander for the most part. Not no mo.


I carry two wire strippers. One for actually stripping wire and the other just for cutting the screws. It's dumb I know.


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Me too. I have a one auto stripper and the other one is for cutting screws.
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Me too. I have a one auto stripper and the other one is for cutting screws.
Auto strippers aren't worth the price of admission. Screw cutters are god's gift to cutting machine screws.
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I like my auto strippers.
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I like my auto strippers.
Thought I'd check out what auto strippers were going for these days........looks like a dollar will do.
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A Knipex stripper is the only one worth having and it doesn't always work well.
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A Knipex stripper is the only one worth having and it doesn't always work well.
They all suck. You can't beat scissors.
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Except with rock.
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Nice design.. love it

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