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I recently took a job installing a truckload of replacement windows in a newly painted home, and cringed at the idea of removing all the window stools. The new vinyl jambs were 3/16 inch wider than the space between the blindstop and the stool, and I didn’t want to damage the casing, the stool, or the apron. I wanted to rip the stool right in place but accurately, cleanly, and quickly. And I wanted to cut as close to the jamb as I could. I thought of using a router, and I thought of using a laminate trimmer, but a local lumberyard recommended a RotoZip (RotoZip, 1861 Ludden Dr., Cross Plains, WI 53528; 877/768-6947; I