Your blade may need to be cleaned. Easiest way to clean is with ammonia, soak the blade and scrub with a nylon brush. If the blade still leaves splinters, it is probably dull. If it is a steel blade, likely not worth sharpening, if carbide it may be worth sharpening.
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