Most people buy circular saws for remodeling and construction work, not to make clean, splinter-free cuts for woodworking.

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Most people buy circular saws for remodeling and construction work, not to make clean, splinter-free cuts for woodworking. If your circular saw produces too much tear-out, replace the original 24-tooth blade with a 40-tooth carbide-tipped aftermarket blade. —from the WOOD® shop