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Sawing skirting with miter is not difficult at all if you have the right tools. If you have a miter box with back saw proceed as follows: place the skirting board against one of the sides of the inside of the miter box (just as you would place the skirting on the wall) and clamp it firmly so the skirting does not move during sawing. Use a back saw or hand saw with fine teeth and saw to the left or to the right depending on the angle you wish to obtain. If you have a table miter saw with the motor able to turn in a vertical plane to the left or right, lay the skirting flat with the decor side upwards. Saw to the left or right depending on the angle you wish to obtain. If you can only run the motor in a horizontal plane to the left or to the right, place the skirting upright and clamp it tightly so it cannot move during sawing. Always make sure you are using a sharp saw blade with fine teeth: the risk of damage to the pattern on the skirting is then avoided.