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What Types of Utility Knives Are Available?
There are many different types of box cutter knives available. For instance, utility knives are quite common and have a retractable blade and comfortable grip for safe cutting and storage. Some safety cutters have an automatic retraction and lanyard so you can easily travel with them. Most box cutters are durable and long-lasting, however, Quill does offer refill blade packs up to 100 so your box cutter knife is always sharp and can cut through tape on packages and harder materials.
What Are the Features of Box Cutters?
Some razor knives have protective shields over the blades so you can seamlessly cut through plastic wrap on packages. Equipping your office with box cutter knives leads to higher productivity, as employees don’t need to struggle opening up packages, which saves time. Some box cutters are available in packs of five so you can distribute them around the office. For packages that don’t require box cutters, consider purchasing scissors.
How Can Box Cutter Knives Be Used?
Utility knives can be used for a wide variety of general use tasks. Utility knives can be used for home projects, such as tearing up old carpets. Box cutters can be used for making careful cuts that require precision, as the blade allows you to view where the cut will be made. A box cutter knife can also be used for cutting foam presentation boards for school projects, but should always be used by an adult or with adult supervision. Box cutter knives also make a great addition to roadside emergency kits, should you need to cut through a seatbelt or something else. Consider also purchasing a shovel to keep in your trunk in case of an emergency or if you get snowed in as well.
How Often Should Razor Knife Blades Be Replaced?
A box cutter knife needs to have the blade replaced if there is noticeable rust on the outside. Also, if the blade starts to get dull, then consider replacing it as well. If the razor knives start to jam or the blade is not coming out, then consider updating your razor knives for one that works properly instead of trying to force it out, which could be a safety issue. Above all, always prioritize safety when using utility blades.