Look up the zenith trim puller!
Very good tool.
dude..bro… enough with the dings. I’m about to unsubscribe.
been having trouble removing base trims in my house as my reno goes from
room to room, they are very old wood, the grain is often on an angle and
have broken many along the grain… i even take extra care and use a wide
putty knife to start it working free more evenly to no avail…
Great idea with the screws, that method would have come in handy when I was
removing corner wall trims a few weeks back and damaged the dry wall.
I would drive the nails through the base boards with a nail set and then
remove the board. Great job though.
An oscillating tool is a very handy tool for trim removal. Goes thru the
caulkline like butter, can even shear off the finish nails in a problem
i wish i would have watched this video first…
Unrelated, I watched one of your snowboard videos when you mentioned
sharpening your waxing scraper with the file. Do you think you could show
us how to do that? Thanks!
I use WD 40 to remove caulking, spray it and peel off with no trouble…..
Great video and Great tips. Thanks for posting!
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