Rotozip... clockwise or counterclockwise?


When using a rotozip to cut around an electrical box, do you go around the box clockwise or counterclockwise?
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Noozer wrote:

Not sure which way the rotozip spins, but you want the force of the cutting to push the bit against the box.
Chris
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Yes, which ever way doesn't let it walk across the wall.
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If you're south of the equator you should reverse the advice given.
Ivan Vegvary
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Counter clockwise. But you have a been given a lot of great advice already. If you haven't tried them, pick up some of the next bigger size 5/16 I believe, more durable.
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