09:37AM | 05/10/04
Member Since: 05/09/04
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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?????


11:26AM | 05/13/04
Member Since: 05/11/04
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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??



01:24PM | 05/13/04
Member Since: 05/09/04
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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.


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


09:16AM | 05/14/04
Member Since: 07/01/03
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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.


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


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