Large contact area distributes force and will not put a hole in your drywall
15 degree wedged center for easy extraction of trim and baseboards
Does not damage walls or the trim, baseboards, crown molding
Saves time from having to repair holes in drywall you normally get when you use a crowbar
No other tools needed (only a hammer) such as a shim or board spacer
Trim Puller by Zenith
Twisting action works best
Use a hammer to drive the Trim Puller downward between the trim and wall.
Integrated center wedge does the work for you
Made of 48Rc hardened steel
EPDM handle will last a long time and absorb vibrations
Save Trim, Time and Cash!
Trim Puller by Zenith Industries
Save your trim, baseboards and walls from damage
The Trim Puller by Zenith is a revolutionary, patented new tool for quickly and safely removing baseboards, trim, molding (or moulding), tile, wood panels and floors, chair railing, carpet tack strip and more, without damaging the materials you are removing so you can reuse them and, more importantly, without damaging your drywall.
How many times have you had to go back and repair holes in the drywall caused by other tools that weren't made for these tasks? The Trim Puller will save you time and money on your DIY and professional home improvement projects time and time again.
Made from durable, heat-treated steel, it is sure to last a long time and the handle absorbs any vibration and will not hurt your hand. Try it today! You will be glad you did.
Doesn't damage drywall or trim/materials
Integrated center wedge does the job for you
Works faster and with less tools
Use to remove tile, flooring and other materials
Large contact area
No shim or board spacer needed
Unique Features, No Other Like it!
15 degree integrated center wedge
Automatically begins the removal of trim, baseboard, tile, wood floor or other materials with ease. It does the work for you!
3 contact points
Large, flat contact area distributes the force and prevents damage to drywall, sheetrock or other materials.
EPDM handle absorbs vibrations
EPDM handle absorbs vibrations from hammering on the metal. Won't hurt your hand like a crow bar. EPDM stands up great to all weather, heat, ozone and is insulating also.
Use a utility knife or painters 5-in-1 tool to score the top of seam where the trim meets the wall. This will prevent tearing the paint from the wall.
Position the Trim Puller's front face against the wall with the sharp edge on the seam where trim meets the wall. For best results start at the end of baseboard strip.
Strike the top of the Trim Puller with a hammer or hard mallet, driving the Trim Puller between the trim and the wall. The wedge will begin to separate the trim from the wall automatically.
Once the Trim Puller is wedged between the trim and wall, gently pry the trim away from the wall in a twisting motion creating a gap of approximately 4 to 8 inches. Repeat steps 2-4, moving the Trim Puller along the wall in 12 inch increments or as needed. The gap will increase with each pull until removed.