After we finished laying a new floor in the cottage bathroom were ready to replace the bathroom door.
We even rejuvenated the old threshold.
The door easily dropped back onto its hinges but had 2 minor problems it wouldn’t close all the way nor would it open all the way.
My plan was to get out the Surform and plane it a little.
Unfortunately the bottom of the door continued to scrape the NEW floor even after vigorous planing with the Surform.
Finally Charlie pulled out the circular saw and trimmed a sliver from the bottom of the door. We marked a line that had been squared in relation to the side of the door so the cut was thick in some places and only a blade’s width in others.
Finally, after about 6 false starts, we popped the door on its hinges and it both opened and closed.
Thanks for the privacy.
Do your simple projects go on forever? (Ours do: I still should paint the edge of the door that is now raw wood.)