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Home Depot has RYOBI Wood Door Trimmer Drill Attachment (A99DT01) on sale for $17.97. Shipping is free or select free ship-to-store pickup where available.

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Product Features:
  • Quick and easy solution for sticking doors
  • Door removal not necessary with this tool
  • Attaches to any standard drill for convenient use
  • Works on 1-3/4 in. & 1-3/8 in. size doors
  • Removes up to 1/32 in. per pass
  • No need for bulky sanders and planers

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Home Depot has RYOBI Door trimmer drill attachment for $17.97. Shipping is free.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/RYOBI.../314116668
  • Quick and easy solution for sticking doors
  • Door removal not necessary with this tool
  • Attaches to any standard drill for convenient use
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For hollow core doors, take the time to take them down and do it properly. Popping out the hinge pins only takes a couple seconds.

I don't know how many times I've seen the skins start to split from their frame because someone used a jamb saw on them without any clamps.

As for this tool, it's a bad bandaid for the real problem, which is poor framing.

In a lot of situations, just shimming the top or bottom hinge will fix the reveal without the need for minor undercuts.
grind the floor
A hand planer works like a charm for s sticky door.
probably less messy, too

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Now I want something to trim the bottoms of doors workout taking them down lol... Which would make much more sense as me flooring is usually why you trim doors
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Now I want something to trim the bottoms of doors workout taking them down lol... Which would make much more sense as me flooring is usually why you trim doors
grind the floor
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Quote from CleverDirt2575 :
Now I want something to trim the bottoms of doors workout taking them down lol... Which would make much more sense as me flooring is usually why you trim doors
Here you go: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Rober.../205399057


PS: Just used mine the other day when I installed new carpet in my home studio.
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Quote from CleverDirt2575 :
Now I want something to trim the bottoms of doors workout taking them down lol... Which would make much more sense as me flooring is usually why you trim doors
Can use a track saw or even a regular circular saw running on the floor if the offset works
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I can't think of a more useless tool. Doubt this does anything more than a piece of sandpaper would. Get a cheap hand plane or a rasp and do a better job than this tool is capable of
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Quote from CleverDirt2575 :
Now I want something to trim the bottoms of doors workout taking them down lol... Which would make much more sense as me flooring is usually why you trim doors
If you've got a steady hand, an oscillating tool will go the trick.
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I can't see how you will get a straight cut with this unless you have a really steady hand and good timing.

Use a circular saw with a guide.
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40% of reviews do not recommend. I was going to get as I have a house I am painting but also complaints of it scraping the painted side of the doors. Straightness was also a concern. Don't need something to make more more!
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A hand planer works like a charm for s sticky door.
probably less messy, too
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palm sander with 80 grit works good
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I can't think of a more useless tool. Doubt this does anything more than a piece of sandpaper would. Get a cheap hand plane or a rasp and do a better job than this tool is capable of
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Not sure why you're being downvoted, I'm a fan of Ryobi, But this has pretty bad reviews
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Now I want something to trim the bottoms of doors workout taking them down lol... Which would make much more sense as me flooring is usually why you trim doors
For hollow core doors, take the time to take them down and do it properly. Popping out the hinge pins only takes a couple seconds.

I don't know how many times I've seen the skins start to split from their frame because someone used a jamb saw on them without any clamps.

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In a lot of situations, just shimming the top or bottom hinge will fix the reveal without the need for minor undercuts.
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40% of reviews do not recommend. I was going to get as I have a house I am painting but also complaints of it scraping the painted side of the doors. Straightness was also a concern. Don't need something to make more more!
Thanks! I was able to cancel my order. I didn't really need this because I have one of those $40 door planers that work pretty well and sometimes I need to trim the bottom of the door and have to take the door off the hinges anyway. This seems like a good idea and price if u don't have another planer for doors.

If your door/hinge is saging and you can tell by looking at the space at the top of the door and the side of the door - then checkout the YouTube videos on how to adjust hinges and skip shaving the door...
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