I previously demonstrated how to remove baseboards without damaging your walls or trim using a handful of tools. The task is pretty easy either way but using the Trim Puller has proven to be the easiest and fastest way to remove baseboards without damaging drywall.
Baseboard Removal using many tools
The old way requires the use of a whole handful of tools as you shimmy along the run of baseboard, pulling the molding away from the wall as you go. And by a whole handful I’m talking:
- utility knife
- 5 in 1 painters tool
- pry bar
- a block of wood
Remove Baseboard with the Trim Puller
Don’t get me wrong, Using many tools to remove moulding works just fine. Using the Trim Puller just makes it WAY easier!
- The trim puller has a sharp tapered edge doing away with the need for the 5 in 1 painters tool.
- It has a wedged center that helps push the baseboard away from the wall
- The surface area that contacts the wall is waaay bigger than that on a crowbar or hammer claw so you don’t need a block of wood to disperse the pressure.
You still need to cut the caulk along the top edge of the baseboard so your drywall paper doesn’t tear. In the photo below I initially only cut through the caulk up to the halfway point on my wall and you can see what happened when I pulled the baseboard passed that point. I quickly stopped prying and finished cutting the rest of the caulk before I caused any serious damage.
- Cut through the old caulk along the entire length of the old baseboard
- Insert Trim Puller
Start the end of the wall so you have at an end joint; either an inside or outside corner. Now you just need the Trim Puller and a hammer to get it started. One whack of the hammer and the Trim Puller slid through the rest of the caulk and down behind the baseboard.
No damage to my baseboard.
I put a lot of put a lot of pressure onto the trim puller to see if I could bust a hole in my drywall. I couldn’t. The surface is wide and flat so it distributes the pressure over a large enough surface to prevent damage. (I’m sure it is possible to cause damage to your drywall in certain situations and circumstances, especially when you’re trying to…but I was using above average force for this task and my drywall held.)
Then I simply moved down the wall prying with the Trim Puller every 8-12″ or so.
For safety, I always pull the nails out of the old baseboard after it’s removed, regardless of whether or not Finishing nails are easily removed with a pair of pliers and you can fill the old nail holes along with the new ones after you reinstall the baseboard.
I consider this as a real “work smarter” tool.
Kelly Smith says
Great product! I’ve damaged enough walls to make this very valuable.
My husband can use this when he replaces the floors in the upstairs bedrooms. Looks like a great product!
I’m renovating my house and there is lots of trim to pull. This tool is great!!
sUSAN H says
This is exactly what I need!! My trim needs repairing from the dogs who lived in my house previously. 🙂
Too bad I didn’t have this when I took the trim out of the new office in the middle of the night. Could have saved a ton of patching time.
Jodi Groth says
I have a whole room to remove of trim that I have been putting off just because of the work of repairing the drywall that will come afterwards. This would get the job done quickly, without repairs. I soooo need this!!!!!
Ooooh. This is great! We could use this this month as we redo our floor and baseboards in most of the house next month!
This is funny, I have been avoiding fixing all of our laminate floors (they were installed without the baseboards being removed), but this might make the project a bit more doable!
Andy carson says
That will be handy for the office remodel.
Diana J. says
What an awesome tool. I plan to replace all my baseboard trim. This would help so much!
Linda Waters says
Doing a condo remodel for my granddaughter. This would work great!
Okay I absolutely love this! I have pulled off old trim countless of times back in my hardcore remodeling days. I plan on buying another home in 6 months, now that I’ve moved south and am doing it all again. This will come in handy.
Sue at nlu says
How did you know we want to break in into home fit by installing hardwoods??? This tool would be a great start!
Sue at Blu says
I mean break into DIY!!’ Haha
What a great tool. I’ve used the old method and it is tedious. This is such an improvement. I love learning from you.
Ann wagner says
I need to remove 65 year old bathroom trim so I can tile. Would love to give this a try.
Amy g says
What a cool tool! We are planning to replace our flooring with hardwood floors and removing the baseboards are must.
Natalie L says
Pulling the trim off is EXACTLY what’s keeping me from a couple projects. GET IN MY TOOL BOX!!!!!
That looks very handy to have when we install new flooring.
I’ve started renovating a 1929 Greek Revival & am currently working on the Master Bedroom that will become my daughters room. Just 2 days ago I was wondering exactly how I could remove the trim safely without damaging the walls! Seriously!! Your timing is impeccable!
What a great tool! I’m planning on creating a planked feature wall in my cottage garden themed guest room and this would be a perfect tool for this project!
Just used the old method on a mudroom, this would make the other room go much more smoothly.
This will be super useful in an upcoming project!
I plan on changing out all the trim in my house this year and this tool would be such a huge help!
Sarah W says
This would be helpful to remove our baseboards when we replace our flooring!
Need to replace baseboards in guest room, this would be fun to try.
I have been waiting to begin a cabinet project in the kitchen because there is so much trim. This would be great!
I’m going to use this on my whole house. We bought a 60’s track house ranch, pretty sure the baseboards have been there the whole time!
Amber H. says
I have put off projects because of the hassle of removing the trim, so this would let me tackle some of my long-held “to do” items.
I’m getting ready to redo the old tile linoleum in our bathrooms, this would be perfect.
Kris chelsberg says
DAMN GOOD IDEA! I HAVE PUT A HOLE IN DRYWALL BEFORE AND THIS WILL NOT DO THAT.
sTANLEY pEARSE says
Need to pull baseboards in a spare bedroom in two weeks to install wainscot. This tool would greatly help me out.
Cindy P says
This is great. We’re starting the renovation of our bathrooms hopefully this month so it would be just in time.
Jill cote says
Great product! I have a whole house of trim that needs some replacing!! Thanks for the give-a-way!!
that is awesome. so much easier. i could use it for door trim, window trim, baseboards. that would save a lot of time.
Mike Cusimano says
Really enjoy your posts. You are quite a lady. Love the way you will tackle any project and not afraid to show you errors and how you overcame them. I would love to have the trim puller for my tool box. Have removed a lot of baseboards and this looks like the way to make it much simpler. Thanks for all of your posts.
Woo! Thanks for tell us about this – I’m about to install hardwood floor throughout the house and was dreading the trim removal process!
If you liked this tool it must be good. Will definitely give a try.
My first floor baseboards!! Would LOVE to see them GO!! (2nd floor had none and is now all new) Not looking forward to that job so this should make it easier!
If you like this tool it must be good i will definitely would want to try it.
Lorene N says
What a great tool! I want to install board and batten and my baseboards need some work!
Susan Hubbard says
I STOPPED pulling up my baseboards in the living & family rooms because it was so difficult! So now I have old baseboards and no baseboards ?. Would love an easier tool!
What a clever improvement! Sure hope I win one of them.
That looks like a very handy tool.
What a great tool! That would make the process of redoing our trim so much easier!
Can’t wait to win one of these!
Kerri King says
I’m game for anything that makes home improvement a little easier.
Nancy innortheastiowa says
What a great tool! And a money saver too! Going to buy one….if you don’t draw my name. :>)
yes, please! On the list is replacing base board and trim. this would be so nice to have!
We are doing craftsman trim on our entry doors and I need this for sure!
Christine Gallagher says
This looks to handy!!! Would love to use this for our next home renovation project! Thanks for sharing the tutorials and the review!
Mary Snyder says
Yeah this would seriously come in handy. Even though right now I have WAY more trim installation than pulling to do!
Heather C says
Getting ready to put tile down in bathroom, now this tool is sweet for removingg the baseboards.
Marla P. says
What a great tool, it would come in so handy when we redo the bathroom and laundry room.
Ron Utter says
DONE MANY THE OLD FASHION WAY, GOT SOME TRIM TO DO IN BATH AND KITCHEN.KEEP UP THE GREAT WORK!
I could definitely use this. I have holes to patch right now!
s clair says
I like this tool. It would really come in handy working on my fixer upper!
Donna Marchlewski says
I REALLY would like to have one of these to remove MY baseboards!
The ceiling in my dining room is 12″ acoustical tiles with various layers of molding in the upper corners. I’d like to remove the tile and molding so that I can replace it with drywall and then reinstall the moldings. Do you think this tool is up to the job?
Yes, it’s great for molding and tiles. It also does a good job of remove shoe molding (quarter round), ceramic tiles, decorative molding on doors, chair railing, etc.. 🙂
Would love this tool considering I’m about to do some damage in kitchen (remodel) myself need all the help I can get
Stephanie schaefer says
Thank you Sawdust Girl for all your educating posts- you give us Following Girls inspiration! My dads home flooded during Texas Floods in Late May -we removed all carpet and are in the process of replacing floors -not wanting to re-install carpet we are looking at other options, laminate, stained concrete, DIY plywood floors . He did not have insurance so $ will be determining factor . Actually pulling baseboards and not damaging already compromised sheet-rock has been one of my concerns . So, even if I am not a winner of this ingenious product-I will definitely be purchasing one -so thank you for posting it on your blog ! Have a great & blessed week-end !
beverly e says
I would love to have one of these to remove the trim boards on my tool shed which need replacing. This would make the job a lot easier!
Holy Smart Smokes!!! That Trim Puller inventor needs a couple of hundred gold stars! I know we all could find uses for this other than trim pulling. :))) Thanks for the link and the video too.
Ahhh! I SO need one of these because I plan on removing 100% of the ugly baseboard in my new house. I’m guessing this would work on window/door trim as well?
Robyn LL says
Tools are my friends….you never know when your going to need one!
Now THAT is an awesome tool! Would prove very useful in my house for sure. Love your tool tips!
Kathleen kludt says
I am about to redo our guest room. This just might be another “need to have” tool for my collection!
I could certainly use this on the bedroom remodel!
Fantastic! unlimited gold stars to the inventor and you for sharing this! I am betting we can find even more uses for this than just trim removal.:))))
Wow! Impressive tool. Can’t wait to show my husband and…it makes me want to take apart a room!
Whole house of baseboard to remove… bring it on!
I’d remove every single baseboard in my house if I had a Trim Puller. We’re buying a home and I’m going to do all sorts of things to it so the Trim Puller will come in handy. Why waste time doing it the other way? Thank you for the chance to win such a useful tool.
Beth H says
Oh how I wish I had seen this tool prior to all the demos I’ve done!!! Baseboards are not my fave remodel project! Hub usually does all the install and I get to paint, fill holes, sand and paint again! But at least with this tool, pulling old ones off to replace, or to put back on after doing flooring (which is exactly what my next project is,,,,,hint, hint,,!!) would make life so much easier!!! I would love to add this to my tool arsenal!
What an exciting product! I have damaged more walls and baseboard and spent countless hours patching walls and gluing and patching baseboards back together. This could be my new “best” friend!!
Ooh, boy! This tip came just in time! I’m getting within a week or so of replacing all the trim in my kitchen and dining room. This looks seriously amazing and easy!
Love these DIY tips. Looks like a great product.
Too many projects to mention. Plus you can never have enough tools.
Where was this tool 3 months ago when we started renovations?!? Definitely need to get one of these!
This would come in handy as we have lots of baseboards that need replacing!
Great tool!! I’m in need and will get one one way or another. =)
pretty much everything on the side of my house
Suzanne T. says
What a cool tool! We are slowly replacing the woodwork in our 50’s home. The original woodwork is so hard to remove off the plaster walls! I think this would work great!
I love when you introduce me to new tools. They immediately go on my wish list! Thank you! I’ve removed some baseboards with many more to go. Would love to win one!
I have 3 bedrooms left to work on and my hallway. I am remodeling my ranch style home into a craftsman. I could soooo use this tool. I would work for chair railing and paneling too. It would work for any kind of trim work! I would love one.
Cole andrews says
I needed it yesterday !!
Looks like the Trim Puller is a winner. Wouldn’t mind winning one but will look into buying one anyway. Like your work.
Sarah Thomas says
OHMIGOSH! I totally could have used this on my last project where I had to remove baseboards to install beadboard in my bathroom (because I accidentally peeled off all of the drywall part down to the backing while peeling the terrible paint job off in sheets). The previous owners tiled up to the baseboards with ceramic tile so they were wedged in there too tightly and I now have humongous holes behind the new baseboards, but sssshhhh, don’t tell my husband! Turned out great, but I sure could have used this tool! I have more projects I want to do where baseboards need to be taken off first so it would be great to have one now!
remodeling my husband’s home -married 3 months- going to be a JOB!:)
I’d tackle my bedroom closet. Need to remove the baseboard trim before I can install the closet cabinetry!
JoAnn duggan says
What a fantastic tool. I could of used this a few weeks ago when I was replacing all my bedroom trim and baseboards.
Mason Leskowitz says
What project would I tackle = the entire house. Seriously the entire house is a 1973 fixer upper.
Wow! That looks like a nifty tool. I definitely want to use that the next time I’m pulling trim. We have replaced the floors and trim in almost every room in our house. 1 bathroom and 2 bedrooms to go.
Tami s. says
Looks like a great tool!
I would use this in the bathroom ! Throw the putty knife and crow ow away ! This looks so much easier
Love this!! Could use it in my whole house … ??
Beth s. says
You always find the nearest tools! Thanks for the opportunity!
OMG! I so need one of these, just removed trim in two rooms after watching your original video. so love this tool! I have the rest of the house to remove trim in, hope I win one!
Thanks for showing me this.
Judy Hale says
I would remove the trim in bathroom first, then all the mismatched trim in dining room… ? and be a happy camper tht my diy project didn’t turn into hiring a drywall professional to fix my faux pas!
I would like to replace the paneling in my basement, but was afraid of damaging the baseboards.
susan feaster says
This is so awesoms a woman must have designed it!!!!
I LOVE this idea! I wish I had a picture of the last time I pulled baseboards. I had a HUGE hole in my wall :-/
Sandra, you have the best tools! They’re always cool, practical and affordable! Replacing all the baseboards in our 20 year old house is on our DIY list. The Trim Puller would make the job so much easier and less problematic for the drywall. I had no idea such a tool existed. Thanks!
Getting ready to do the bedroom floors… 4 bedrooms! This would be awesome to have and use.
Looks like a great tool, I am renovating an 1892 Victorian era home that has tons of wood trim literally… And this would help save it from damage.
Awesome videos.. Thanks for the inspirations..
But I could not get that app to work, even though it said I left a message.. I did not haha
Melissa Turner says
I would use it to take the baseboards off the wall in my son’s bedroom. Just pulled the ones off our spare bedroom wall- “the hard way.”
I have a houseful of baseboard that’s gonna be replaced. You haven’t steered me wrong yet!
Awesome! I just removed a ton of trim in my sister’s house and it took forever and my wrists were so sore afterwards. This would have saved me SO MUCH TIME!
This is really cool……I can’t.tell you how many baseboards I have ruined and walls…..we r constantly fixing up places…and end up taking so long because I can’t take the baseboards off very well…
Kristin campbell says
I need to redo a bathroom and the thought of removing the baseboard is just daunting!
I have been replacing quite a bit of old trim in my house lately. This looks like something that would be very useful.
Susan C. says
This tool is just what I need to try to remove some crown molding!!
So cool! And I have SO much baseboard waiting to be removed and replaced! Gimme gimme gimmee!(Please)
Looks like a great tool.
What a great tool!
kara burns says
This product looks amazing. I can’t wait to try it in our remodel!!
Removing the trim in my 100 year old house….this would be a huge help
This looks way cool!
Denise hans says
Renovating a whole house right now! This sure looks useful, and I’d love to give it a try.
We are working to update our main bathroom (paint, flooring, fixtures, etc.). I was just thinking this morning about what a pain removing all the trim will be. This would be a huge help!
Gloria Ruiz says
This would have been so muh easier to have on hand instead of the old way with all the tools. My husband tried the Macho way as well, and you can imagine what happened next! Thanks for the demonstration!
That is very cool… I’ve got a room I want to redo the floors in and just put up baseboards a year ago… Would love to buy a tool like this or win one!
I would use this puppy to make way for some new bookshelves in the den!
Great tool! We would like to replace the flooring on our main level, and the baseboard removal was one of my concerns — I’d be so stoked to win this giveaway. Thanks! 😀
I have only recently found your blog, and am so inspired by you! What a perfect tool to win, as my goal is to replace all of the trim in our home myself. I’m even looking into your online consultation, as I have never done wood work before. This looks like an great tool to own.
I am doing quite a bit of trim pulling throughout my house. This would be perfect.
Danielle C says
I love your blog – we just bought our first house last year and this tool is just what we need!
I would love to have this tool to remove the baseboards in the dance space I am creating for my daughter. Girl, you always have the BEST tools.
Joyia Buc says
this is one of the coolest tools I have ever seen!! We are about to start a project where this would come in so handy!
rEBECCA t says
My dining room is on the agenda for an August makeover. I would love to give this a try on removing the baseboards and the chair rail trim!
I’d use this sucker for my entire house!!!!! We have to do all of the trim. We are in the process of saving up $ for it and this sure would help to get us started!! 🙂
Wow , how did you know I’ve got to pry up the baseboards in the guest room to put new floors down?so , I really need that tool ! Lol! Thanks for the chance to win.
missy Wilber says
We are slowly remodeling rooms as we can afford it. We haven’t touched the upstairs yet in this old farmhouse, but this would be great to use when we get to it!
Perfect timing, we are about ready to replace the baseboards in our bathroom!
This sucker looks RAD!!
Frances bates says
This would be very helpful in getting some projects done around our home. I ask and nothing gets done so I need to do it myself (which I’m not great at). Maybe with a simple tool like this I can even get my sons to help!! Does it come in pink?
Tammy L says
I would tackle my livingroom. Our new puppy has pulled up a big chunk of carpet while she was in her kennel. We are gonna pull the carpet up and just have our concrete floor until we can afford new flooring.
Kalley S. says
This would be super helpful for when we redo the flooring in our living room and hallway!!!
I recently purchased my first home……LOTS of projects to do! One of which…all the baseboards need to be replaced! This trim puller would be a perfect to to help make THIS job a bit easier!!
There have been so many times I could have used this! Glad somebody was smart enough to make the job easier!
I am doing a kitchen Reno for my Mom and Dad! This would be a great tool to add to my tool box.
Debi Bozanich says
redo my bedroom wall
DEbbie B. says
New house, lots of baseboards. I need this!
My son’s have water damaged the baseboard under their sinks. I have new DYING to fix it but didn’t want to damage the wall and the space is limited bc of the sink legs. Th might be just the solution!!!
tracey edge says
We’re doing a total remodel of a crusty old house…lots of molding on upside down, too small, just wrong. This tool could make my life a lot easier!
Carda morrison says
I sooo need this! Crossing my fingers?!!
I’m actually pulling up carpet right now to replace flooring, this would make taking the baseboards off sooooo much easier!
Sabrina yarsle says
So cool! We just bought a house and I secretly want to change all of the trim. Maybe this tool will make breaking the news to my husband easier 🙂
Heather Ales says
I would totally remove ALL of the baseboards in my house. Actually, it’s on my to-do list for the next few weeks so here’s hoping I win!
donna greenlee says
I’m closing on my new (to me) home next week. This would be a great tool for the remodel!
Andrea Wright says
My 13 year old son is the “remover of all base boards” in our house. He could certainly use this tool since the last time he helped on a project my walls looked horrible afterward 🙂 We have a living room in desperate need of a baseboard upgrade.
red (Christina) says
I can’t tell you how many problems I’ve had with trim….this would be amazing tool to have we do a lot of remodels…and would save a lot of money…
Amy Byers says
Would love to have this before I makeover my daughter’s room!
Cindy Chesler says
I need to replace all the subfloor in my house. This post came at just the right time!
We are doing a remodel and could totally use this!!! 🙂
We’re in the process of replacing ALL of our flooring throughout the house and decided we hate our current baseboards and trim around the doors. This tool will sure make it a less painful process as we remove EVERYTHING and replace it with a more modern choice–white baseboards, trim, and railing. Wish us luck!
John Travis says
Doing home remodeling for a living this would be a very useful tool. I have had to to repair several walls removing trim boards ,great ideal Thank you for the chance
Perfect timing! We’re looking at remodeling every part of our 1956 Ranch and putting in taller trim is part of that big project!!
Terrie griggs says
A 100 times yes please! Not only would it be useful in the home, but perhaps taking pallets apart and old furniture for re-securing.
Ann Wight says
Wow, I just discovered your FB page and since we do a lot of remodeling in rentals, it looks like it will be my new favorite tool. Baseboards have always been my job….my life just got easier!
This post is a God-send. I am just about ready to replace my baseboards in my kitchen, living and hallway. I so need this. Thanks for the info. I am crossing my fingers I can win this. It will make my hubby’s year!
Jeannie Garcia-Buechele says
Getting ready to replace our bedroom carpet with wood floors and this would be amazing at helping me dive in to remove all the trim moulding in my bedroom 🙂
We could use this to remove all of the current molding and replace it with it newer molding.
What a wonderful tool, I want one.
Love the design of the tool and hope I am able to be lucky winner. I purchased a fixer upper and have been spending weekends on my diy projects.
I would totally talk the hubby into at least considering changing out the flooring in our home.
Docia Fuller says
Oh my!! Just getting ready to remove baseboard trim to put up ship lap ! I need this!
We do a lot of updating on our properties and could really use this. I do know how to do it the hard way but this looks much quicker.
Because I already plan to replace ALL of the trim in my house and not needing to patch holes as I go would be amazing.
Tish Sappington says
I would use it to remove my baseboards so we can refinish the floors ..which hopefully will be before Christmas.
I love it when thoughtful engineering and design execution collide! Brilliant!
Ashish K says
Lots of fixes in the house we bought. This will come in handy.
JoAnn D. says
What a fantastic tool. Sure could have used it pulling off the woodwork in our Master Bedroom and Bath. But I have more woodwork to pull off in the Office and Guest Bedroom coming up and this is a must have tool.
I could really use this right now.
Pattie C says
Looks like a great tool.
Wow, that is such a great tool!
bud mcnally says
Wow! What a nifty little tool and timesaver, I’m gearing up for a massive moulding and baseboard redo – this tool would save hours of time and also keep my poor back from all that pain.
Angie S. says
Master bathroom, although I’m not sure if we’re keeping the trim or replacing it yet!
What a great concept!! What I would do to have had this for all my past projects—super time saver and anything that makes a project easier makes it more fun! Thanks for the opportunity to win one for my future dreams.
Lisa E says
Loving the look of this. Have a kitchen remodel coming up plus new flooring in the bathroom. Will definitely come in handy!
Ronda Batchelor says
What project wouldn’t I use it on!!
Sharon Nagele says
Well, since I just gouged a hole in the drywall trying to remove window trim from my daughter’s room, I think I would use the Trim Puller to remove the rest of the trim and baseboard and save me from myself.
This would be amazing!!! I have a whole house full of baseboards to remove. Also door casings! Thank you.
This is a game changer!! Thanks for the I’ve away
I can’t wait to try this. my whole house is a remodel job so this would help in any area pulling up baseboards as I go from room to room.
Liesl Schick says
Are you kidding me? The only thing better than winning this tool would have been inventing it. Oh the walls I have damaged trying to “carefully” remove baseboards. What a great tool to add to my box.
Sara H says
I’ve been wanting to re-do our damaged judges paneling in our dining room-but save the pieces to reuse. I think the trim puller would be perfect!
This would be amazing for replacing the 70’s trim in our house!!!! I might actually get around to doing it with this 🙂
Melissa K says
I would remove the baseboard & door trim in my downstairs.
My dog chewed on a corner of my baseboards and I’d love to fix that spot!
Chris rogers says
I forgot about this tool but I have a large kitchen flooring project and I need to remove the baseboards. This will help a lot.
This is just what I need!!
Great article, I’ve been looking for an ‘easy’ way to remove the fireplace mantle & surround in our living room. It’s one of those bland, beige oak mantles that just about every developer uses, and suffice to say, not my taste at all. In its place, I’m going to build a wall of bookshelves! The built-ins will disguise the remaining tile surround, raise the TV up over the fireplace, and include doors that *hide* the TV, components, and hideous wiring. Wish me luck!
Way cool product! I’d use it to take apart every baseboard when I’m installing mudroom and living room built ins!
Great article! I’ve been looking for an ‘easy’ way to remove the fireplace mantle & surround in our living room. If I could describe this mantle in one word, it would be wrong. It’s the wrong height, the wrong style, the wrong everything. The living room has a vaulted ceiling, and the mantle & surround is tiny by comparison. The mantle is too narrow in depth and width to display much of anything, and it clashes with the slate tiles on the inner surround and floor. I’m also going to remove the fireplace (we don’t use it at all), I’m going to install 9′ tall built-ins to cover the wall, and provide a nice back drop to the fancy TV, as well as a place to hide components and wiring. Wish me luck!
Wish this was around when I removed all the baseboards in my house, what a pain to fix the walls after.
I NEED this!
What a time saver. Removing trim can be a frustrating process.
Dee Cowman says
I’m planning on replacing all the old wood trim in my house with wider white trim. This tool would be a huge time saver!
Janet G. says
I need this now! What a timely offer. I need to remove window casing to extend it out to have a frame for installing inside mount bamboo shades on my casement windows. TEN of them! This tool would make it so easy and quicker. Can’t risk damaging the existing trim; it’s only a couple of years old and very expensive!
Sarah Bonn says
I’m replacing the white-so-not-still-white carpet in the house and have to remove all the baseboards ahead of the hardwood install
Joni weight says
super cool. We are redoing our floors and this little tool could be a major wall saver for us.
Emma Johnson says
Super cool idea and an easy to work with tool. As it won’t be heavy and will make work smooth.