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This post is sponsored by The Home Depot as a part of The Home Depot’s ProSpective Campaign.
One of the first power tools we purchased when Steph moved into her house was a miter saw. It was purchased used from a friend who had kept it in "like new" condition so we were confident that it was functioning well and safely.
Part of our tool shipment for the ProSpective Home Depot campaign was a Milwaukee cordless miter saw. We happened to have a chance to try one out last fall at a pro event at our local Home Depot so we were familiar with it. We liked it then, and our opinion hasn't changed since we've been using it at Steph's house!
At some point, if you decide you want to continue your woodworking skills, you will want a miter saw. It's a very versatile saw and one that we use more than any other saw in our tool inventory.
Power tools can be a great addition to your home workshop. As most homeowners don't need all the things, it's best to do research on the tools you can get the most use out of for your needs. For us, the miter saw is one of the most used tools in our garage. It's very versatile and our new Milwaukee Cordless Sliding Miter Saw is a great addition as it's portable and can be used anywhere without relying on an outlet. You can check it out at your local Home Depot.
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FYI: We are not professionals, and we don’t claim to be. This is what we found worked for our project. Yours may need a little different approach. Safety first!
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