Pro Tip: The Best Way To Cut PVC

Unless you're a three-handed plumber, you're going to want to check out this tip.

Sawing PVC on a bucket | Construction Pro Tips

Anyone who has tried can tell you that it’s pretty much impossible to accurately and cleanly cut PVC while holding the pipe in one hand and a reciprocating saw in the other. But what a lot of people don’t know is that one of the best ways to hold PVC during the sawing process is on a make-shift stand made from a common five-gallon bucket. All it takes is two “v-cuts” directly across from each other and voila, you have a sturdy, easy to use place to cut through PVC to your heart’s content. The v-cuts don’t entirely ruin the bucket, either, so you can still use it to hold tools and materials after you are done sawing your PVC.

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To see this tip in action, check out the video below: