Cutting drywall is easy, but it does take some time. Well not any more. Johnson introduced the Drywall Scoring Square. Just rest the top of the square on the drywall, insert your utility blade in the correct hole and slide the square to score the drywall. Yes, it’s as easy as that… almost. It does take some practice. The first couple of cuts, you will get the square to ride up and not produce a straight cut. Once you get use to the system, then it’s very easy.
You may remember we did a review of the Wall Buddy that has the same concept expect the Wall Buddy has a utility knife attached. Both are very nice, but they do take time to get use to working. Just wish there were small wheels that would help guide the square down the drywall, but again, not bad once you get use to using it.
The square is 24″ with 1/8″ thick tempered anodized aluminum blade. There are perforations in 1/16″ increments for scoring. The square is backed by a 1 year warranty.
If your cutting drywall and want a faster way to make cuts, the Johnson is a great addition. Just remember it does take time to master this tool. Don’t expect to get the tool and be an expert right away.