I'm known for and enthusiasm for cutting up those nice ready-to-plonk resin buildings, and turning them into something the manufacturers never envisaged.
This work tends to be carried out on a cheap mitre saw setup. In the garden obviously, because the process is very messy and you don't want to be ingesting quantities of the dust.
The problem is, resin is hard. And it doesn't do the saw teeth any favours.
Hacking away at some wood last week, I was aware that the saw was wearing its way through, not really cutting. Running my finger gently along the teeth provided an explanation. At the ends of the blade (left above) the teeth were sharp. In the middle (right) not.
I've not used this blade much, but changing it improved things a huge amount. I'm glad I had a spare on the shelf!