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A simple easy video demonstrating how to use AngleBuster to make perfect window sills. Anyone can do it!
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Angle Buster for cutting in the window sills. Very simple use on this type of window as you can see the Angle Buster could not quite get to the end of the window. So what we are going to do for making the reference point in the window which is half way.
So the tall can variance off that point place in the Buster he gets backside the window lining up with a reference point on this side. Now you can come over and get this side of the window. Now we got the backside on the window, we got out poured it is going to be cut it is seven and a half on the marks.
Next I am moving onward back left foot and do the exact same thing over here. Backside the window hits the edge on five in and a quarter seven and a half and a quarter. That is the pattern from the window sill. Now we have got the pattern for window we now have done to take the window sill going to cut this side off put a piece of tape so I do not mark up the window sill and put the mark in the middle of this tape right here.
Now I got my reference point may go up it. Now of the same pattern at the end of the window we get the same marks. First of all I start on this side of the Angle Buster line of the backside were can just hit the window. Make sure it looks good come over and mark this side seven and a half it is my point down to the end of the window, and now at this point well can now off right there.
Next I will move it to the other side back with 12 inches over line up the backside of the, to where the window is going to be again. Come on and mark this side and was five and a quarter on the other side, so that is where we will cut it off of the window. Now we have window sill cut for them put it line it down put it on the edges and slide it in perfect.