When the previous homeowners replaced the asphalt driveway, they had them fill in the missing concrete from the front edge of the garage (ranges from 1/2 inch to 3 inches into the garage. I want to resurface the garage (fix the pitting) and paint it. I doubt the asphalt will take the paint, so I'd like to remove it and repair the concrete with a concrete repair. Then, when I paint it, it will look nice.
I highly doubt the asphalt repair is the same thickness, so if I use a "circular saw" type device, I would probably cut into the concrete too much and end up with more of a repair. I was wondering if I could use an oscillating tool to cut into the asphalt--at least to make a straight line. I'm thinking it would allow me to "feel" where the asphalt ends and the concrete starts (depth wise). Then, maybe I can use a cold chisel to work the asphalt out. Will this work? Is there a better way? Or should I live with the asphalt?