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Trim Puller


The Trim Puller is a patented tool that does all the work of a pry bar and claw but without the damage. It is designed specifically for repair or remodel projects where you aren’t destroying but rather reusing your trim, baseboard, cabinets, flooring, tile and other materials. What sets the Trim Puller apart from other tools is the contact area combined with the 15 degree wedged center for easy extraction. The Trim Puller has the largest and flattest contact area versus the single contact areas found on a pry bar or a claw. No shim or small board spacer is needed. So stop damaging walls and get yours today!

The Trim Puller is the best and fastest tool for removing baseboards, window trim, door casings, tile, hardwood floors and more. It will save you time and money. In a typical 10×10 room, the Trim Puller will save you over $400 in materials and labor, easily paying for itself on your first project or job.

Check out the Trim Puller testimonial video here.

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The Trim Puller is the best tool for removing baseboard, trim, molding, quarter round, tile, counter tops, wood floor, carpet tack strips, edging, decorative door and wall moldings, and chair railings without damaging the materials so you can reuse them and also without damaging your drywall so you won’t have to go back and repair the holes in your sheet rock. It will save you time and money on the very first job. It makes your work faster and a lot easier, requires less effort and it won’t hurt your hand like a crowbar or pry bar.

But don’t take our word for it! The Trim Puller was featured on Ron Hazelton’s House Calls TV show. See what Ron had to say about it.

We have also highlighted the 3 things the truly make the Trim Puller unique on our blog. See what features make it work the way it does.

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Weight 1.4 lbs

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  1. 3 Things That Make the Trim Puller UniqueHow many times have you had to go back and repair holes in the drywall caused by other tools that weren't made for removing baseboards and trim?

    The Trim Puller will save you time and money on your DIY and Professional home improvement projects, time and time again. Effectively paying for itself after the first time you use it. Below are the three main reasons why the Trim Puller is truly unique!

    Trim Puller Unique Features

    1. 15 degree, integrated center wedge begins to separate the materials automatically and 3 large contact points all do most of the work for you.

    2. It's made from tough, heat-treated steel (48Rc), and is sure to withstand harsh treatment and 3 large contact points distribute the force, greatly minimizing the chances of damaging the drywall or materials you are removing.

    3. The EPDM handle absorbs any vibration and will not hurt your hand, like so many of the pry bars we have had to use before.

    For tips on how to best use the Trim Puller and the different ways it can be used, be sure to watch the Trim Puller video, hosted by Home Improvement expert, Ron Hazelton on his show House Calls.

    Try the Trim Puller today! You will be glad you did. Here are some more unique features:

    • Doesn't damage drywall, trim or other materials

    • Integrated center wedge does the job for you

    • Works faster and with less tools (no shim or board spacer needed)

    • Use to remove tile, flooring, cabinet counter tops, chair railing, crown molding and more!

    • Large, flat contact area to distribute force

    • Also use to remove siding, hardwood floors, carpet tack strips, panels, carpet edging, etc.

    This handy multi-use tool is a must-have in your toolbox for any home improvement and remodeling project.

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    Expo is your one-stop opportunity to network with more than 3,000 like-minded professionals, attend education sessions led by industry experts, and be among the first to see new product roll-outs and demonstrations.

    Take this time to focus on what you really need for your business. Talk through challenges you face with others who understand you, and use those discussions to better your business and career.

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    More than 3,000 like-minded attendees and exhibitors will be on-hand from all over the world to share a common passion: wood flooring.

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    If you’ve never experienced Expo, check out some of the highlights from last year’s show in Charlotte, NC.  View Photos. With the highest attendance numbers since the Great Recession, NWFA Expo 2016 was one to remember.
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  3. The Oscillating Multi Tool is Indispensable in my ToolboxHaving the right tool for the right job is no longer an option it’s a must. However, that doesn’t mean you have to haul every tool you own to every job site. I’m always on the lookout for quality tools that will get the job done better and faster, and it helps to reduce the weight I have to lug around.

    Recently, my tool bag got so much lighter when I got a Trim Puller. It now replaces several crowbars and a shim I had to carry, or make on the fly with whatever scraps I could scrounge.

    I have gone a step further and got a new tool that goes with me to most of my jobs, my Oscillating Multi-Tool. The O-saw Blades that I bought to go with it help me with all those little jobs that you think should be easy but aren’t, and they leave a professional looking finish!

    For example, whenever I have to replace a broken tile, the 3 piece Masonry and Tile Blade set is easier to find and carry that the pile of tools that I would normally use to do a repair.


    When working on tiles in the bathroom or kitchen that are on the counter tops, walls or back-splashes, I use a Carbide Grit Swing Blade and a Semi-Circular blade. With these I can remove any grout or mortar that are left in order to clean the surfaces and prepare them for the new tile.






    The Carbide Grit Triangular blade works best for grinding and shaping the edges of the tile to get them to fit in a tight spot and I like to use it on floor tiles also. I found it works great on blending concrete repair lines where there is a crack in the concrete that needs to be repaired.






    Another time I get to pull out my O-saw is when repairing a wood floor. The 8-piece woodworking blade set has everything I need. I simply mark the areas to cut and use the semicircular blade for precise cuts that I make along the entire length of the board and at both ends.

    Then I switch to the fast cut blades (sometimes called Japanese Tooth blades) to make scissor cuts at a 45° angle so I can then pry the board out easily. If there are any remaining pieces of board attached with nails, I’ll cut the nails with the Bi-Metal blades. I can then cut the replacement boards to size by using the semi-circular blades to get them ready to install. The last step is to lay some adhesive and place the board and finally sand, stain and seal the floor to finish up the job. Now I wish I could figure out how to make the O-saw help me on that part… oh well.



    These are just a couple of cases when my O-saw is indispensable. The Zenith O-saw Blades do a quick job and leave a professional looking finish. If you have any good tips to share, please leave them in the comments.

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  4. How to Remove Baseboard and Trim Without Damaging WallsWe have formally introduced a new, revolutionary tool for removing baseboard, trim and crown molding without damaging walls. The Trim Puller is a patented tool that is designed specifically for repair and remodel projects where you aren't destroying trim, baseboards or drywall but rather reusing your building materials.

    The unique thing about the Trim Puller is the large contact area combined with the 15 degree wedged center that automatically separates the baseboard, trim, or tile from the surface it is on. With the Trim Puller you no longer need various tools and no shim or small board as a spacer. The Trim Puller does the job of 4 or 5 tools without making holes in your drywall that you have to repair later, saving you time, money and costly materials. You can then reuse your trim and baseboards to save even more! The Trim Puller is the right tool for the job. It is great at removing baseboard, trim, crown molding, wood floors, tile, counter tops and many other materials.

    The process for using the Trim Puller to remove baseboard and trim is easy. Just follow these simple steps:

    Step 1. Use a utility knife to score between the trim or baseboard and the drywall so that the paint doesn't peel off of the drywall when you are removing the baseboard. You may have to score twice to make sure you get between the drywall and the baseboard.


    Step 2. Using a hammer or mallet, drive the Trim Puller between the baseboard and the drywall. The baseboard begins to separate from the wall automatically.


    Step 3. Use a horizontal twisting motion with the Trim Puller to further separate the baseboard from the wall.


    Step 4. If the baseboard is long, repeat steps 2 and 3 about every foot or two feet. If the baseboard is short, it should separate quickly from the wall.


    Step 5. Once most of the baseboard has been separated you can use your hands to pull the remaining ends of the baseboard off of the wall by pulling on the already separated section.


    That is all it takes to effectively and quickly use the Trim Puller to remove baseboard, trim and molding from any surface, and you won't have any holes in your drywall to repair! You have saved a lot of time, money and materials and are ready to finish your project and reuse your materials.

    This is truly a great tool, but don't take our word for it. Watch our testimonial video and see and hear what some professionals have to say about the Trim Puller!

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    The E6010 welding electrode is optimum for pipe welding applications.

    While you can use E6010 for many applications, the electrode has quite a few unique characteristics that make it ideal for working with pipe in the field.

    The Association of Mechanical Engineers describes the E6010 this way.

    E6010 [E4310] electrodes are characterized by a deeply penetrating, forceful, spray type arc and readily removable, thin, friable slag which may not seem to completely cover the weld bead. Fillet welds usually have a relatively flat weld face and have a rather coarse, unevenly spaced ripple. The coverings are high in cellulose, usually exceeding 30% by weight. The other materials generally used in the covering include titanium dioxide, metallic deoxidizers such as ferromanganese, various types of magnesium or aluminum silicates, and liquid sodium silicate as a binder. Because of their covering composition, these electrodes are generally described as the high-cellulose sodium type. These electrodes are recommended for all welding positions, particularly on multiple pass applications in the vertical and overhead welding positions and where welds of good soundness are required. They frequently are selected for joining pipe and generally are capable of welding in the vertical position with either uphill or downhill progression. Reference : ASME Section II part D (par. A7.1)

    Let’s break this down.


    Pipe welders don’t get to work in the flat position all the time. When you’re welding in the field, you’re going to have to work out of position quite a bit, especially overhead.

    With some electrodes that don’t cool quickly, working overhead is tricky because gravity wants to pull that molten metal right out of the weld, and down onto the welder.

    The E6010 electrodes are often put in the “fast-freeze” category of electrodes. They cool quickly. That makes them a good option for working overhead, since the molten metal stays in the weld, and does it’s job. It also doesn’t annoy the welder by falling down onto him as much.

    Here’s a novice that does a great job explaining—and entertaining!

    [youtube video_id="https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UDQE0e1ObRg" width="640" height="360" ]


    When you have to work on pipes in the field, you have to deal with grime and rust, and all kinds of less-than-prime conditions for welding. The E6010 electrodes have deep penetration that don’t balk at all to dig through rust, oil, dirt and paint. Those are the perfect attributes for working with nasty, rusted pipes in the field.


    When pipe welders are doing a root pass, they typically are using a whip motion with laying the beads. By whipping the electrode a little upward and ahead of the weld, the welder allows the metal to cold down. The amount of whipping action is determined by the level of heat. The E6010 are perfect for this application because they cold down so quickly.


    Once you’ve done your pass, it’s a time saver to be able to remove the slag quickly. The ASME refers to the slag as “readily removable, thin, friable.” That about sums it up. When you’re working in the field you want to minimize the clean-up time after a weld. The E6010 electrode makes that possible.

    As a pipe welder, what are some other reasons that you use E6010 electrodes? We’d love to hear about them.

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  6. Freeman DysonThere is a great satisfaction in building good tools for other people to use.

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