Z-Series and Classic Blades

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  • #2 Assorted Blades
  • #2 Assorted Blades

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The X-ACTO #2 Replacement Blade set is the ultimate set for the hobbyist, artist or designer. Featuring 2 #24 blades, 1 #18 blade, 1 #19 blade and 1 #22 blade, this set is makes an excellent starter kit and is a great gift idea!

Designed for deburring, chiseling and carving, the #2 set of X-ACTO replacement blades work well with the following materials:

  • Medium to soft woods
  • Linoleum
  • Plastic
  • And more

X-ACTO blades are designed to allow you to make the careful and detailed cuts you need time and time again. Our blades are created with care and exceptional craftsmanship, producing a cutting edge that stays sharp. An X-ACTO quality blade is always ready when you need it.

The original X-ACTO knife has been praised for more than 50 years as the standard for precision. Attaining this level of precision, accuracy and reliability starts with supreme quality craftsmanship. X-ACTO knife blades are crafted with sharpened carbon steel for a reliable cut and a strong blade. X-ACTO knife blades fit with most X-ACTO knife models.

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