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  • Cutting down a bath panel
  • Premier Icon oop north
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    What’s the best practice when cutting a bath panel for a nice clean edge and preventing loss of fingers? Fine tooth saw, stanley knife, jigsaw? I have clamps and straight edges to assist.

    Advice / experience welcome before the usual “measure twice, cut once”

    Premier Icon wwaswas
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    What’s it made from?

    Premier Icon oop north
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    What’s it made from?

    Whoops that would help…

    Usual white plastic, not a cheap thin one though, hence the check before I cut it.

    nickjb
    Member

    This would be my weapon of choice: https://www.screwfix.com/p/irwin-pullsaw-7-185mm/5797x Cuts thin plastic nicely. Doesn’t stress the material.

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