Good for the kitchen island. Simply wheel the tool to where it’s needed and push the clamp handles down to lift the wheels off the ground. Attaching a protective furniture foot pad to the bottom of each clamp provides a no-slip, non-marring surface.
The miter saw is one o.o koof the tools we use the most to make DIY furniture projects. You know how to use it, cut angles, etc., but let's get more out of our saws. Here are 7 miter saw tricks and tips to make the most of your saw!