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Cuts clean and very well.
With a Bosch jigsaw and these blades, I have cut plywood, hardwoods like oak, ipe, walnut, mahogany, even ebony and lignum vitae... rip cuts, crosscuts, you name it!
This style of blade is far superior, even to the other fine-toothed blades that Bosch makes and labels "clean for wood."
these are my favorite blades I have come across so far. I am a 20 year cabinet installer veteran and I go through my fair share of saw blades. Read morePublished 24 days ago by P. Ransom
very nice blades that made short and very clean work when cutting through strand-woven bamboo. Also used this in my brand new Bosch JS572 jib saw which is super nice, so not sure... Read morePublished 1 month ago by M. Nolan
I used these on a recent project where I was cutting 3/4" maple plywood. The blade did a pretty decent job of minimizing chip out and if I was in a situation where eliminating... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Steve
I needed to make some cuts in birch plywood that I could only do with a jigsaw. I was worried about tear-out as normally I only use my jigsaw as a rough cutting tool. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Jeremy C.
They last a long time, but are very noisy. The upstroke skips and makes a loud groan. It's hard to see after this because it smears the water. Read morePublished 3 months ago by T. Ford
I was having issues with the cheapie blades I had been using. These blades have a double set of teeth that make even thickest slab of hardwood cut like butter.Published 12 months ago by Wesman
This is the first jigsaw blade I've ever used in my first jigsaw. And it works great! I was bringing my 8 ft long pieces of oak to my Skil table saw at first, but this works much... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Jon
This blade is not only extra clean it is so smooth and sharp that helps you to keep your cut straight without dragging your jigsaw left or right. Read morePublished 15 months ago by M. Reslan Hawasli