We have a old house built in 1944. The exterior is covered in 8" clapboard. We have been scraping the old paint off using an infrared heater that we built ourselves after watching your show (awesome tip!). The results have been fabulous and we've been documenting everything. Our issue is this....drum roll...we have some boards that need to be replaced. However - the corners of the house (inside and outside) corners do not have corner boards. Instead the clapboard meets at each corner to a perfect point. We can't figure out how to cut the clapboard to do this. A simple 45 degree cut does not seem to be working. Any tips?
Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada