How To Remove Trim

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Removing finish trim is a skill that will come in handy for any home restorer. Plumbers and electricians often cut through trim to do their upgrades, roughhousing kids and fast-moving pets can damage old or delicate baseboards, and it’s often necessary to patch-in repairs—not to mention that after a century of painting, trim often needs stripping to regain its luster and reclaim its profiles. Read on to discover how it’s done.

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