Cutting circles in drywall can be a dusty, inexact process. Trying to stick to the pencil line you drew around your coffee can, especially with your 14,000 rpm rotary tool, sometimes results in ovals rather than circles. If you’d like beautiful circles cut into your drywall, try a tool like this Stanley circle cutter. It is adjustable in 1/8″ increments up to 8-1/4″. You can even look like a pro with its one-handed operation. Available for about $10 from All-Wall.com, the drywall superstore.
Circling the Problem of Circle Cutting in Drywall
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