We recently moved into our new home and we are redoing some things that were done by the previous owner.
In the bedroom there is a wall that is covered with faux stones that average about 1 1/2 inches thick. One of the stones is over the central air vent, and even though it has several slits in it that go all the way through the warm air from the vent is mostly blocked.
- Is it possible to widen the slits without breaking the faux stone?
- Should I take the stone off to do this and then put it back on and mortar it back in place? Can I cut through the mortar with an oscillating tool?
- What is the best tool for making the slits bigger? Would an oscillating tool do it without breaking the stone? What about manual tools?
- What's the best way to cut faux stone?
Please let me know your suggestions.