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Post #155967220 added Yesterday 2:25 PM by spaaarky21 in Deal Talk
People usually recommend vintage Stanley #4 planes. There are a ton on eBay, they are inexpensive and you can find ones that are ready to use or need a little work, for people who like restoring them.
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Post #155926273 added 06-28-2022 11:01 AM by jl2672a in Deal Talk
But it takes about 20-45 min to align it and put it back on the hinges depending on the weight of the door. The easy way is to unscrew the hinge plates but that loosens the screws in the wood and...
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Post #155893975 added 06-26-2022 4:19 PM by Fogmoose in Deal Talk
Sure you can. Using the proper tool. This is not that tool. But go ahead and buy one and try it.
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Post #155887228 added 06-26-2022 7:46 AM by Arcticat in Deal Talk
What?...what good would this tool be if it only shaved the edges?? A stuck/ sticking door doesn't hit only on it's edge. You definitely can remove an exterior door and shave the bottom if you need to.
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Post #155867167 added 06-24-2022 8:07 PM by Fogmoose in Deal Talk
I dont care what the photos show. Try using it like I said and you will discover to your sorrow that I am correct. Although reading the OP's post again I see he may have been referencing an exterior...
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Post #155865175 added 06-24-2022 5:46 PM by Arcticat in Deal Talk
Wrong...look at the photos on HD"s site. Another issue would be that if the door was sealed or painted it would be a good idea to repeat with the same product s the wood doesn't absorb moisture,...
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Post #155856157 added 06-24-2022 9:31 AM by frontxxrunner in Deal Talk
this only works if you are on the vertical side of the door. if you need access to the bottom, you'll unfortunately need to take the door off of the hinges first.
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Post #155854354 added 06-24-2022 7:54 AM by KeithL in Deal Talk
Remove the door from the hinges, use a tracksaw or a circle saw with a straight edge (such as you level) and cut however much you need. You can borrow the circular saw from your friends or neighbors...
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Post #155853760 added 06-24-2022 7:25 AM by ToolDeals in Deal Talk
. You only use 'painter's tape' when using a circular saw and 99% of the time, that is the bottom of a door when cutting cross grain on the edge stiles; the center part is typically with grain....
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Post #155853088 added 06-24-2022 6:46 AM by ToolDeals in Deal Talk
Oh, maybe. Paneled and some other doors swell from moisture disproportionately. If you put a straight edge on edge of door and it is not straight, are you going to move the door frame to fit a...
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Post #155847070 added 06-23-2022 7:54 PM by whodiini in Deal Talk
can you recommend one? I looked at some reviews and either they were $30 - $50 and "junk, need to spend lots of time to fix the non-flat base, sharpen the blade, and would not stay aligned" or $150, ...
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Post #155847025 added 06-23-2022 7:52 PM by krypton in Deal Talk
😁🤜🏻. .
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Post #155846545 added 06-23-2022 7:20 PM by samkumak in Deal Talk
Your comment Made me laugh lol…
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Post #155845984 added 06-23-2022 6:44 PM by Fogmoose in Deal Talk
Some things simply can't be short-cutted. In your situation, the only way to fix the problem is as you say to take the door off the hinges and trim the bottom. This tool only works on the edge of a...
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Post #155845681 added 06-23-2022 6:27 PM by dkd711 in Deal Talk
3 pins to remove door off hinges, trim off bottom with a few passes, pin in back. 20 mins tops. What are you doing for the extra hour? 😂 😂 😂
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Post #155845540 added 06-23-2022 6:18 PM by spaaarky21 in Deal Talk
A hand plane is proobably the most versatile tool on earth. If you can sharpen a blade, you should absolute own at least one.
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Post #155845453 added 06-23-2022 6:12 PM by ramblerFW in Deal Talk
Where are you putting the tape? On the face of the door along the very top?
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Post #155844745 added 06-23-2022 5:29 PM by DapPlaty in Deal Talk
Could be some part of the door frame is shrinking and pulling in when it's dry, and it goes back into place when it's humid. If there was a small warp in the wood, it can do weird stuff over time....
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Post #155844250 added 06-23-2022 4:56 PM by DapPlaty in Deal Talk
I've had to trim apartment front doors (fire doors) after they changed carpet styles on about 500 units. Getting the doors off, on a cart, measured, planed, and reinstalled took about an hour for...
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Post #155844091 added 06-23-2022 4:45 PM by DapPlaty in Deal Talk
I've had to do that once. It is really really hard and frustrating. It's how I convinced my boss to get a planer. That said, if it's a hollow core door an electric planer will chew it up, so I'd go...
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