OK, New Years is over and you’ve got to get to those resolutions you set in place. One of them is to finish some projects around the home or start new ones. The problem is you know what you need to do but you don’t have the tools to do it. How about a Dremel Multi-Max oscillating tool system?
I know you’re asking; What exactly is an oscillating tool?
That’s simple. An Oscillating tool is compact but full-featured for multi-tasking. They designed to tackle a whide range of projects like, repair, restoration, installation, remodeling and renovation. The oscillating tool is one unit with interchangeable blades that attach to the tip. These blades oscillate from side to side in a small arch so the blades appear to be vibrating.
Your next question of course is; How can an oscillating tool help me?
Again a simple answer. You can switch out the blades to handle a variety of materials including, wood, laminates, metal, grout, adhesives and drywall. In addition to cutting and sanding they can be used for so much more like, grinding, scraping, flush cutting, plung cutting, caulk removal, grout removal and so much more.
Now you’re asking; Why would I need an oscillating tool?
An oscillating tool can accomplish what other tools can’t. They can make time consuming projects more manageable. They allow you to make cuts in tight spaces, installing new floors is now an easier job. You can use the scraping blade to scrape tacky flooring adhesive and remove old flooring. You can also cut rolls of carpet into pieces that are more easily removed. You can also use an oscillating tool to remove tile grout, tub adhesive, sand old wood furniture, remove rust, grind out thin set beneath tile, cut drywall to install an electrical outlet or cut an old pipe flush to a wall
As you can see the possibilities are endless.
Now comes price. Yeah you can pay up to $400 for an oscillating but you don’t have to. For the typical homeowner a Dremel Multi-Max. You can get a corded or cordless model for $100-$150.
I received a Cordless Dremel Multi-Max Kit for review and this thing is awesome.
The kit includes
- Dremel Multi-Max tool
- Two 12V Lithium-ion batteries and on-hour charger
- 3/4 inch wood flus cut blade
- 3 inch wood and drywall saw blade
- Hook and Loop pad
- 60, 120 and 240 grit paper, wood
- Storage case
- Getting Started booklet
The Multi-Max has variable speeds from 3,000 – 21,000 OPM and a 2 year warranty.
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