Putting on PPE is the first step
Concrete cutting is a messy business that generates a lot of debris, including powdered concrete dust. You must wear the proper protective gear before handling any of this debris, as it can be harmful to you.
Mark the concrete
As soon as you’re properly prepared for the job, grab some chalk or a similar marking utensil and begin mapping out where you intend to cut on the concrete’s surface.
Choosing the right blade
After your concrete has been measured and marked, you will move on to the blade selection process, which has been outlined earlier.
The Cutting Process
Once you’ve selected your blade, you can fire up your angle grinder and begin cutting concrete. You should gently lower the spinning blade onto the concrete’s surface and make an initial divot. After making the cut deeper, you can apply some horizontal force to take the cut forward. While cutting, a steady stream of debris may start to fly your way. During your cut, don’t be afraid to pause to let this subside. Poor visibility, after all, could severely compromise your ability to finish your job safely.