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Best blades for LVT

  1. Janser Green box

    66.7%
  2. Sweeney Todd standard

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  3. Floor Fit

    33.3%
  4. Mozart

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  5. Sweeney Todd heavy duty XL

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  6. Stanley

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  7. Jewel Blade XL silver

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  8. Jewel Blade XL gold

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Straight Premium blades

Discussion in 'Tool Chat' started by dazlight, Mar 19, 2023.

  1. dazlight

    dazlight Super Moderator

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    So want to find the best for LVT with the strongest lasting tips.

    just bought a few different ones for me and Matt from signature flooring

    Can you post up what you think of the ones you use.

    For me so far -

    sweeney Todd - break easy and don’t last

    floor fit - better but blunt quickly

    Janser Green box - best so far

    Mozart - not tried yet but have a box
     
  2. Ryanf4888

    Ryanf4888 Well-Known Member

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    Do you use straight or concaves mate
     
  3. dazlight

    dazlight Super Moderator

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    Straights or would of said concave :D
     
  4. Scf

    Scf Well-Known Member

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    Janser Green the best for lvt

    Mozart are flimsy and weak tip

    Sweeney todd are a good all rounder especially with the price difference.
     
  5. Rugmunching

    Rugmunching Well-Known Member

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    Mainly sweeneys for me, I find it's luck of the draw with them, you get a pack that are just crap then another box they'll be great.

    Did try some others couple yrs back, think they were XL or something but felt really thin and flimsy
     
  6. merit

    merit Well-Known Member

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    I’ve only ever used Sweeny and floorfit. Both are crap for lvt lol. Might have to try janser green box as the hooks are brilliant. I normally use concaves for lvt
     
  7. Simon Grimley

    Simon Grimley Well-Known Member

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    I’ve always used concave for LVT. My suppliers make their own blades (or probably rebrand them more likely) that seem decent enough.
     
  8. Paul webb

    Paul webb Well-Known Member

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    I've noticed that too, especially when cutting underlay, i end up checking if I've just put a used blade in
     
  9. Paul webb

    Paul webb Well-Known Member

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    Might give janser a go,have been using concave for most cuts and straight for miters, mainly because the straights blunt quickly and having already having a bit of an accident with a straight blade slipping on a straight edge, I'm a bit over cautious
     
  10. Ryanf4888

    Ryanf4888 Well-Known Member

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    I never read the title
     

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