Ever worry about damaging a plumbing line or wiring when you cut a hole in siding or paneling? Next time, try this trick from Club member Erwin Cohen of Orlando, Florida. Snap off the end of your jigsaw blade so it is no longer than the thickness of the material — this way the blade won’t cut into anything on the other side. However, Irwin points out, it’s important not to make the blade too short; if you do, it could lift clear of the kerf when it reaches the top of its upstroke.
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