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Unread 10-09-2009, 04:51 PM   #7
dhagin
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Originally Posted by Randy
Admittedly, just a simple hand jamb saw should be ok here, I'd think. Except I do have an inside corner where hinge side of entry door and hinge side of linen closet door abut.
Inside corners are the toughest. I typically use a handsaw laid down over a piece of tile and cardboard to get the height right, then finish off with a sharp chisel. You'll be able to get most with the handsaw. Using a small sharp 1/4" chisel disturbs things less, tho it takes a little longer to peck away at it. There's not that much to do, so take your time and you'll be fine.
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