Batt Insulation Cutter
If you hang insulation more than a couple of times a year, the Shut-N-Cut is more than worthy of consideration—it’s a no-brainer. Here’s how it works: Attach the Shut-N-Cut to a table or sawhorse, lay a batt over it, clamp the batt in place, slide the insulation knife through the slotted clamping arm and get to hanging. No more kneeling on the ground or changing blades every 15 minutes. And no more pulling half-cut batts apart with your hands, throwing tons of nasty fibers into the air.
If you’re installing batts made from heavy material like denim or rock wool, you could clamp down the batt and use your reciprocating saw to cut through it. Check out the video or buy one at bullettools.com.
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