Like all of your tools, the sharpness of your jigsaw blade doesn’t last forever. It does not matter if the blade is the most expensive or if it is made of the most durable material. The more you use your jigsaw, the faster the blade will wear down. Sometimes, the blade might even break or snap when used inappropriately. The good thing about jigsaw, however, is that you don’t have to throw it away if the blade no longer works. You just need to learn how to change the jigsaw blade and you can start cutting wood again.
Do you think it’s time to finally buy and use a new jigsaw blade? If so, here’s a simple guide that you can easily and quickly follow.
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