I have walls made of stone! Nothing seems to cut into sheetrock/drywall and survive.
A reciprocating saw blade is toothless in about 3”—both metal and wood blades.
I tried a RotoZip wood bit and it burned up in about ˝ of an inch.
I even thought a hole saw would work . . . stripped of its teeth almost immediately.
A hammer (used the wrong one) broke when I swung it at the wall out of frustration.
(No wonder I always have to drill a hole to hang a picture)
I swear if there was a nuclear blast near my home, I’d be safe from not only the shockwave but radiation as well!
I am trying to be deliberate with my demo so not to incur too much additional cost repairing the walls. I am also cutting locations for new outlets and switches but almost nothing cuts into the sheetrock/drywall sufficiently.
The home was built in 1952 and I still have quite a bit of work to do so I am willing to get the appropriate tool.
Any thoughts on a tool that might be able to cut my impenetrable walls? What about that MultiMaster thing? Mini-circular saw?