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Eggs aren't the only thing that rot
Describe your DIY Project. What did you fix / repair or make? How did you use your Dremel tool to complete the job? How did you feel once completing the project?
I have a wonderful 1927 house. Unfortunately, everything doesn't last forever. While scraping some of the basement windows which are exposed to snow and rain, I discovered some rot on the molding. After tearing it out, I found there was rot in the sill as well. Using the Multi-Max I was able to remove the rotten molding and the sill inside and using a combination of the Multi-Max and the Saw-Max I was able to cut replacement pieces and put everything back together.
Which Dremel DIY Tool did you use to complete your project?
Give us some feedback on the Dremel tool(s) that you used to complete this project - how did they help? Were there things you wanted to do but couldn't? Any other thoughts about your Dremel tool?
I have had another multi use tool. The blades would rotate loose constantly. The very clever mechanism on the Multi-Max makes it easy to change the blades and keeps them in place. The Saw-Max is lightweight and a little easier to manage than my circular saw which is heavier. I only wish it could cut a little deeper.