how to cut baseboard molding for vanity end panel?
i have ordered (finally!) the finish end panels for my bathroom vanities. although they are flush to the ground (not integrated to the toe kick) i am actually digging the look. now here is where i hit a snag: i need to cut the already on the wall (existing) base board molding.
the vanity is thermafoil & no, i do not want to cut the vanity side panel to fit. to me, it will look cleaner to cut the baseboard. i also do not want to risk ripping the existing baseboard off the wall to make the cut.
it seems to me, the most pratical is to trim out the molding....so....
how does one do that? a japanese saw? pull saw? i looked into the motorized saw & it is too much $$$ for this project.
chisel? chisel & hand pull saw i think right?
anyone who has done this, i'd love to hear your advice.