Make Your Cut Marks with the Correct Device

posted 7/21/2015 in Kreg Tool Tips: Cutting & Measuring by Kreg Tool Company

Make Your Cut Marks with the Correct Device

Lots of people use a regular pencil to mark cut lines on their project pieces, but that may not always be the best choice. For dark surfaces, use a light colored pencil (like white). To avoid leaving permanent marks, try chalk. On tile or other smooth, hard surfaces, a marker may work best. If you’re worried about leaving marks that can’t be removed, apply tape to your workpiece, and then mark your cuts directly on the tape.

Pictured above is the Multi-Mark — an incredibly handy multi-purpose marking and measuring tool, perfect for a wide variety of household and job site applications. We offer a variety of other measuring and marking tools as well.

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