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August 24, 2010


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Lumber Liquidators


Thanks for your inquiry. You can use a standard circular saw and set it for the depth of the hardwood you are cutting.

Another option would be to rent a stripping machine. This is the best way to remove the majority of the floor and will be much easier than scraping the floor up. Hope this helps!


What kind of saw I can use to clear cut the hardwood floor that is already glued on the concreat?

Radio Copter

The tip at the end about cutting outside and setting up fan to blow up the dust will be helpful. Thanks a lot.

Lumber Liquidators

I would recommend a hand saw or a jig-saw for tight/ exact cuts, a reciprocating saw (saws-all) is difficult to control.


Thanks for the good read, I had no idea that the amount of teeth would positively or negatively affect how well the quality of my cut is. My question is what happens when you need to cut into smaller areas? I feel like I would be breaking band saw blades if I was attempting to cut a tougher exotic. Should I stick with a hand saw? Or an electric reciprocating saw?

Rugs Cheap Allie

Thanks so much for the tips! Wasn't aware what a good saw blade would do for a project til recently. Very informative post. Thanks again!

rc helicopter

Impressive blog! -Arron

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