|Blade Length (in.)||6.25 in||Blade Width (in.)||2|
|Handle Length (in.)||4.25||Product Depth (in.)||1 in|
|Product Length (in.)||6.25 in||Product Width (in.)||2 in|
|Features||No Additional Features||Hand Tool Type||Hand Saw|
|Number of Pieces||1||Product Weight (lb.)||0.21 lb|
|Returnable||90-Day||Saw Type||Jab Saw|
|Teeth Per Inch||7||Tools Product Type||Hand Tool|
A: No, the 7 TPI, 6 in. steel blade designed for cutting in plasterboard not wood.
A: The Stanley 6-1/4 in. Jab Saw with Wood Handle is specially designed to make cuts in plasterboard.
A: The unit 15-206 is designed to cut through plasterboard/drywall.
A: It probably would, but it would be pretty ugly. That's really not the right tool to cut a hole in a door.
A: This tool is great for drywall. I wouldn’t use it on a hollow core door. You’re better off scoring multiple times with a utility knife.