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Who Else Hates Sawing PVC Pipes?


I found my new favorite PVC pipe cutting tool at the Home Depot this weekend. Let me tell you, it's way better at cutting PVC than a hacksaw. If you're doing a vanity installation or kitchen plumbing project you should think about buying this pipe cutter. It will allow you to trim PVC in less than a minute versus several minutes of endless sawing.
Also, don't make the same mistake I did (and seem to always
PVC Pipe Cutter-You need this if you're cutting PVC pipe, trust me here!
PVC Pipe Cutter-You need this if you're cutting PVC pipe, trust me here!
This tool is super simple
This tool is super simple
Never buy a bag of PVC Pipe Parts that has been opened!
Never buy a bag of PVC Pipe Parts that has been opened!
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  • Home Repair Tutor
    on Aug 22, 2012

    Thanks Gary for answering Sheila's question :) You got to it faster than I could.

  • Pat
    on Nov 6, 2013

    Hi! Can you help me? Our washing machine standpipe is PVC. I bought a new washing machine but the new machine comes with a discharge hose that is too short to reach my 5 ft high standpipe. I am thinking of sawing the standpipe down, but it is attached to the wall. Is my idea crazy? If not, how in the world do you cut it if it is attached to the wall?

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