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I use a circular saw for small jobs around the house. My deck had a lot of rotten boards and would have cost too much to repair so I was tearing it down. The blade that came with the saw was getting a bit dull and having trouble cutting through the weathered treated lumber. So, I needed a new saw blade.
I ordered the Diablo Framing blade because it appears to be designed for cutting the type of wood I was dealing with.
The blade made a huge difference. What had been a struggle was now an easy cut.
The blade worked fine and allowed me to finish the job quickly. It cuts smooth and has a thin cut.
I like the double pack – 1) you get a bit of a price break buying two blades and 2) I have a new blade on hand if I need one in the middle of a project.
I’m please with the function, cut. Good price for a decent quality blade.
Excellent blades for my circular saw. They have a thinner kerf, so less waiste and cuts like butter. My brother bought the smaller blades for his Milwaukee cordless saw and we were both amazed on how well they cut, not to mention the extended life for the battery. I highly recommend everyone try these. I am now waiting for the price of their sawzall blades to come down a bit. I’m anxious to try them.
Freud blades have worked well for me in my worm driven Skill Saw. Like always, avoid hitting nails and don't let the blade over heat. They are affordable and can have a long life when used right. I have been very pleased with these blades.
I tried a sample blade and switched the miter, table&circular saw over to theses less kickbacks on hard woods less burns over all they are the sh!* the oscillating blades are beast too a bit pricy on those but man your more comfortable paying it once you put a load on it