Why you might want to buy a Milwaukee Utility Knife
00:00 Follow Along with a handyman
00:25 Milwaukee Fold-Out Razor knife
00:35 Features-button, clip, flip out
00:58 Wouldn’t use it for drywall and why
01:19 What you want for drywall
01:36 What the Milwaukee Razor Knife is good for
01:53 Be an American not an American’t
Hi, I’m Phil bridges, owner of Straight Arrow Repair. Ever want to know how a repairman fixes things? Well come with me, and I’ll show you how I solve problems. Let’s make things better together. So I want to let you guys know. I didn’t buy this Clay bought this, and they’re pretty good.
Knives Little Milwaukee foldout knivfe it has a clip on it. It has a button that you push right here is supposed to be able to flick it out. It doesn’t do it. Easily. And then you push this little button right here on the side and to change the blade a little difficult.
But it’s a good knife. Now I don’t normally use these knives on drywall if I do a lot of drywall because. All this stuff like here on these edges end up making blisters, even if you got calluses and tough hands like me.
So you end up having to buy a knife. It’s kind of rounded all the way round. No slide back as those slide backs end up making bruises and wearing a blister there. And so it’s rounded all the way around with one screw that is the best knife for drywall.
But these lines are good for, this particular Milwaukee, it was on sale. These knives are good for all the little knickknacks, things that we’ve been doing, so hopefully that you can learn that this one, when it was on sale, was a fair price. So these fold out knives work out you’d have in your pocket.
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