With remodeling etc. Floor, wall, when opening. . . . Absolutely
It hits the place of the screw, the finish
In such a case, if the sharpness is bad, I will hurt the finishing material on the surface. . . Without finishing nails as good as they can be cut cleanly
The finish is also beautiful. . .
It's not sparking like a spar. . I am thankful that it is cemented carbide
Sharpness is. . so-so. .
It is a thin blade. . . It may be cheap. .
When there is application such as fluorine, silicon etc. on the side
Because it does not bite, slip may be better
In the field, I use it by spraying CRC etc. . .