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September 27, 9:06 AM [GMT -5]

Don't bother with a DRY CUTTING BLADE, way too much dust and the blades do NOT last. A WET CUT blade does the job and will last the entire cut, not wear out before you are finished.
If you are going to try to do a small cut with a hand-held saw (Skil-Saw) don't use a lightweight saw. Use/get the most powerful saw you can get. Much better to rent a saw and/or blade to get the cut done. Concrete blades will wear out a saw QUICK.

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