If you’ve ever tried to cut heavy-pile carpet with a utility knife, you know the results aren’t so pretty. Robert’s pro-quality loop pile cutter will cut any kind of carpet without damaging that luscious shag.
This loop pile cutter can cut from either the top or the bottom, allowing you to pick the best type of cut for your carpet. The nose of the tool starts to separate the carpet pile as the blade approaches.
The tool is molded out of one piece of plastic, giving it fewer edges to snag, and it features a molded ergonomic handle. It accepts slotted blades for the top cut and carpet blades for the bottom cut.
Though this tool may be too specialized for most people, with street pricing at $16 dollars it won’t hurt your wallet if you have some carpet projects in your future.