Tenon saws have a short, stiff blade with hard-point teeth for a fine finish, and are most commonly used for creating precise tenon joints. They are also great for other carpentry work, such as cutting mitre joints for baseboards or decorative mouldings. A reinforced backing provides stability for a straight and accurate incision in soft or hard woods, while a large, soft-grip handle ensures more comfortable handling during sawing and also prevents any slippage for a safer workspace. A choice of sizes and styles from market-leading brands is available to help pick the right option each time.
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