When you open your door does it rub the floor or stick to jamb? Sometimes you just need to plane a fraction of an inch from the door and it’ll open and close smoothly. This video shares how to use an electric hand planer. If you’ve never used this power tool before you’ll but need to learn how then this video will help.
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0:00 How to Trim a Sticking Door
0:17 How to remove the hinge pins with a nail set and hammer
0:44 Mark the trouble spots and estimate how much you want to trim off
1:11 How to mark the door for cutting
1:51 How to prevent scuffing while planing the door
2:26 Check for staples or anything else that is sticking out of the bottom
3:06 How to plane the door
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