How To Install Granite Countertops On A Budget – Part 3 – Cut & Fit With A Circular Saw
Christophe Marin-Beaudry: Are you kidding me ?? A standard circ saw and water ?? This is insanely irresponsible to show to anyone ! Yes 120v + 15 amps WILL KILL YOU ! It only takes 1mA to kill a person btw… Anyone who says otherwise is either lucky or doesn't know shit about electricity, and yes I have knowledge, I am a mechanical engineer…
Erick Lloyd Wayne: Not sure what the big deal everyones making over the cuts this guy made, he wasnt standing in much water, and the cords looked like theyre in good shape. If that scene made you overly "safety" paranoid individuals scared, then please, dont step foot on any construction sites, ever, union or not, the method in which he cut that granite isnt out of place there. – several years marble/stone mason.
MySchizo Buddy: @Erick Lloyd Wayne Since you are a marble mason, Is there a way to join marble together so you don't see the joint just like in corian?
Brad C: Wow….this is awesome! I'm working on a project at my cabin and this is going to come in SOOOO handy! You are the man! Pay no attention to trolls and scum who go around knit picking and trying to tear everyone to shreds….I deal with them on my channel as well…..keep killing them with kindness and move on…..this video series is the best I could find online….and its FREE! Excellent Job!
Steve Birdsall: A cheap way to fit granite…a fast way to heaven. Electric motors, water, standing in pools of water, cutting towards electrical cables, no PPE. Crazy fool…Crazy lucky fool!! Get lots and lots of insurance before attempting this stunt!!!
Steve Birdsall: +Marc Harmon\nNo mate. just someone who has seen three colleagues and close friends killed by unsafe working practices and have no wish to see others go the same way.\n\n Wise Up!
carita mccoy: yea i noticed he cut towards the cord … also wondering why cut right above your feet bent over. a few 2x4s and you could have built a stand for cutting vs taking a risk of having no toes
Paul Sale: Unsupported cuts. Child helpers. Water and electricity. Working on a budget doesn't excuse basic health and safety thoughts and measures. \n\nA cutting blade designed for wet cutting needs to be immersed to keep it cool. Trial and error approach is an interesting way to lose fingers, children's eyesight and your life via electric shock. \n\nJeez man. I trust you lived to enjoy your kitchen.
Gary Kimes: ya know? you can just flip the bade so you can use the saw like it was intended..
nasser d: Gary Kimes my thoughts exactly