Spyder™ offers innovative tools that fit any brand of reciprocating saw. Our goal is to help you work smarter and not harder, which is why these tools are designed to complete jobs quickly and more efficiently. The three tools offered include the Scraper, Grout-Out™ and Bore-Blade™.
- 6-Inch 10/14 TPI Spyder Bore-Blade™ — Innovative double edge design with a plunge nose easily cuts drywall, metal, fiberglass, wood with embedded nails and metal pipe
- 2-Inch Spyder Scraper® — Delivers precision scraping in a fraction of the time and is very effective on ceramic tile, vinyl composition tile, thin-set mortar, tough glue and drywall mud
- Spyder Grout-Out™ — Carbide grit edge provides maximum performance and control, easily and quickly removing tough grout in joints 1/16 to 3/16-inch in width
- NEW Spyder Corner Sanding Pad With Sandpaper — Insert-molded, durable attachment blade accelerates tedious sanding projects in tight spaces, curved surfaces, and corners and fits Mouse™ sandpaper
- NEW Spyder Wire Brush — Easily and quickly removes flaking paint, rust, scratches, dirt and small imperfections, for use on concrete, metal, stone and wood surfaces
1. Insert the Spyder™ Scraper® like a saw blade.
2. Start on a bare surface holding the saw at a low angle.
3. Use the saw at half speed, and ease into the material.
4. For thinset, tough glue, drywall mud, paint, rubber-back carpet and wallpaper adhered to wood, use the Scraper with the beveled edge up.
5. For ceramic tile and vinyl composition tile adhered to wood, use the beveled edge down.
6. For linoleum adhered to wood, use the beveled edge up or down.
7. For ceramic tile, thinset, vinyl composition tile, linoleum, tough glue, drywall mud, paint, rubber-back carpet and wallpaper adhered to concrete, use the beveled edge up.
8. The Scraper isn't intended for concrete demolition.
1. Insert Grout-Out™ like a saw blade. For increased control, point grit edge up, and overturn your saw for use.
2. Place against grout and slowly start the saw, applying light to moderate pressure.
3. At a comfortable speed, work the saw forward and backward until the grout is removed.
4. Don't use with saws operating with orbital action.
1. Insert the Bore-Blade™ like a standard reciprocating saw blade.
2. With the saw running, ease the Bore-Blade™ into the material you're cutting.
3. For plunge cuts, slowly rock the saw up and down as the blade eases into the material.