Get better cuts from any circular saw
Yes, you can make cabinet-quality cuts with this much-maligned tool, by using these can't-miss tips.
Start with the right blade
Replace the 24-tooth blade that came with the saw with a 50- to 60-tooth blade for cleaner crosscuts in solid wood, veneered plywood, and other sheet goods. For general use when cut quality isn't critical, use a 40-tooth blade. If you're ripping solid wood, switch back to the 24-tooth blade.
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