Yes, I did, you use about three or four blades to do a hallway and landing's worth, but only because you hit brick from time to time. The pictures are after the cutting of skirting and fitting of reclaimed oak flooring, a couple of paint chips but nothing detrimental. In a house built in 1898.Anyone ever tried undercutting a length (2 meters or so) of fixed skirting with one to install a floor? Working on a very old house at the moment and we ripped one of the tall hardwood skirting boards off and have caused ourselves lots of damage to the plaster - we won't be doing that on the other side (it's just not worth the hassle). Is it possible to get a good finish with a miltitool to accommodate this?