I have to cut a 12" long channel about 1/4" wide along the base of my
wall. The base board has been pulled and I am cutting through
laminate flooring. I can do it with a small hand saw but I was
wondering if there is a cutting wheel I can put on my drill, sort of
like a giant dremel tool, or some other tool just for this job.
I guess an undercut saw would work, but I don't own one. Any other
cheap, powered solutions that won't result in finger loss?
Don't know if he can get close enough to the wall. If all else fails and
since it's only 12" length: I had to cut 1/8" or so off of two door
jambs when laying tile. So I got myself one of those flat blade hand
saws. Not sure what they are called, in Europe they were called veneer
saw. Home Depot had one for around $10 where the handle could be flipped
over so you could saw left-bound and right-bound. The downside of that
flip handle is that it wobbles a bit. So whenever I can get away with
one direction only I use the old fixed handle version from my grandpa.
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