Multi Max praise


Multi Max praise

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mickey.608
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Recently I purchased the multi max to be used to cut sheet rock and to cut wood base and trim. I do wall repair after new tubs and showers have been installed in older houses.This tool quickly cuts sheet rock without cutting through the moisture barrier on insulated walls. It creates less dust and mess than a saws all. If I have to do any trimming or if I have to cut out any areas in the sheet rock this tool saves me time and work. It is also great for trimming wood base when you install new heat vents or cold air returns. You cut the base in place without having to remove it. The Multi Max is worth every penny that I paid for it.
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I bought the MultiMax to do sanding around the spindles of a porch railing. What a time saver!! It gets into corners I was having difficulty getting to. I bought the metal cutting blade and have used it a lot also. Great tool. Smile
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My dad and I picked up a Multi-Max last year over LAbor Day weekend since we needed a tool with it's capabiliities and it's a good tool. In fact we bought a tool made by their Parent Company for our other house (Cordless though) and I can say this much. IF you're doing any extensive work you're better off with a corded model. I had reason a few weeks ago to order the two 1 3/8 blades for the Multi-Max after running into a situation where we needed a blade that was longer then what we already had for the application we were doing.
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We're happy to hear that many of your are pleased with the Multi-Max. Please continue to share your stories, uses for the tools and more. We appreciate learning from you.



Thanks!

-Beth at Dremel
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Just got my tool this weekend to help installing wood floor. This tool is everything advertised. Went right through jams, we even used it to remove some tile (very slow, wrong tool) but it helped. I also have a 4000 and the entire kit, when you need precision, go to Dremel. Just joined, great tool

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