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Ripping to Width

About Cande

Hi, I'm Cande and I am the finishing line team lead at Stikwood.

Tools You'll Need
Pencil
Tape Measure
Level
J Roller
Jig Saw
Step 1
Measure and Mark

Use a tape (or by reference) to determine the width of the plank you need to rip.

Step 2
Draw Your Rip Line

Using any kind of straightedge or level, draw your rip line from the mark you made when measureing.

Step 3
Rip Stikwood

Depending on the length of your piece , Stikwood can be ripped to width with either a jigsaw, utility knife, or a table saw. Start your rip from the mark and follow the line.

Step 4
Dry Fit and Install

Before installing your ripped piece, dry fit the Stikwood into place. Dry fit means assembling the piece(s) of a project to check their fit before application. If the piece fits, remove the adhesive strips and install. Secure your piece into place with the J roller.

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