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terrylee

09:37AM | 05/10/04
Member Since: 05/09/04
3 lifetime posts
Bvflooring
Installed laminate glueless floor and one plank is almost touching the wall, it is in the middle, I would hate to take the floor up and lay it again for just one plank, Can I some how cut it? Jamb saw? anythink?????

FloorUSA1

11:26AM | 05/13/04
Member Since: 05/11/04
5 lifetime posts
terrylee,

Do you mean this plank is in the middle of your floor layout?? This plank is in the last row of boards in the middle??

Wally

terrylee

01:24PM | 05/13/04
Member Since: 05/09/04
3 lifetime posts
It happened in the first row,up against the wall, in the middle,

---------- { the wall}

111{1}111 {floor boards}}

{1} is the one against the wall. Hope my design shows up right. I need to cut some length off.


Floorcraft

08:44AM | 05/14/04
Member Since: 08/27/03
254 lifetime posts
probably a dremel or something would work.

tomh

09:16AM | 05/14/04
Member Since: 07/01/03
549 lifetime posts
I agree with Floorcraft that a dremel may cut the laminate. A dove-tail saw is under $10, and would also do the job. The saw is a flat 2-sided sawblade about 10 inches long with an offset handle. It can be used for trimming jambs as well. Heck, I have even used it to cut a toilet off the floor that was glued down with silicone. Works well when you need to flush cut items with minimal clearance space. Look for it in the hand-tool section of your home improvement or hardware store.

terrylee

10:49AM | 05/14/04
Member Since: 05/09/04
3 lifetime posts
I'll check out the dove tail saw, and dremel.
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