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Manufactured using high carbon steel and high quality chrome vanadium steel for strength, durability and resistance to corrosion. These tools feature ID stamping showing size and brand.
Founded in 1919, Great Neck Saw Manufacturer has been manufacturing and marketing hand tools for over 80 years to professionals and DIY-ers worldwide. Great Neck is committed to providing the finest quality products at a competitive price. 1-1/4-Inch width high carbon steel blade. Flexible blade. Molded plastic handle will not absorb grease or oil. Grommet hole for easy storage.
Great item for home improvement! Liked this item so much I bought a second one for around the house.Published 12 months ago by C. Spears
I like this product because it fits in tight areas. I had some holes in walls and used this product and it helped patch the hole.Published 14 months ago by goldie
It first I thought it just wasn't as flexible as it should be, but oh well on that one. Now, after a short time, I see it is starting to rust. Some "stainless steel"! Read morePublished 15 months ago by Marty
A nice putty knife for fixing drill holes in apartment wallsPublished 15 months ago by connor craig
Overall the knife is a great product. Its very flexible and sturdy. I tried bending it slightly multiple times just to see how durable it would be after several uses and it was... Read morePublished 15 months ago by Abel
The knife itself seems fine, though I haven't actually used it yet, but it took me about 15 minutes with lots of hot water and soap to to get the barcode sticker off. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Alex Chovanec
I didn't think I actually needed a putty knife. But this is way more effective than half assing it with some other tool.Published 17 months ago by A. R. Prosser
Spreads the putty quite good, Knocked off one star since the sticker on the blade was quite a pain to take it off. Took to the put under the sink and rubbed it off routine.Published 17 months ago by Sean Donovan