Has anyone used a buscuit cutter to trim bottoms of doors for carpet
Does it frey the door bottoms? Do you do cut from one side or cut from
both sides of the door.
I have heard it mentioned by some of our contractors, but am not sure
if it is leaves a good finish. I'd like to know before I have a go at
I don't think a biscuit cutter would go deep enough from one side.
Have you tried to hire the special circular saw that is made specially
to cut the bottom of doors in situ? They cost about 300 pounds so
hiring would be favourite if available. Personally I would just
remove the doors and use a good panel saw.
Alternatively, one might do as some contractors employed by the Nat West
bank did when they'd fitted a new steel-reinforced door -- only to find
that the carpet had been replaced after the door had been ordered so
that the door was dragging on the deeper pile...
Take a belt sander to the carpet.
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