Oct 09 , 2019

Best Practices for Trim Removal

peeling trim away from the wall
Family Handyman

Remove trim without damaging it (or the wall)

There’s an art to removing trim, whether you need to take off a few pieces of baseboard to install a built-in bookcase or remove all the trim in a room for a remodeling project. You have to do it properly to avoid damaging the walls, and the trim if you plan to reuse it. We’ll show you how to do the job and keep the collateral damage as low as possible.

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