Goldblatt Trim Puller, Removal Multi-Tool for Commercial Work, Baseboard, Molding, Siding and Flooring Removal, Remodeling

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Trim Saving – The trim removal tool has a larger, flatter and wider contact area than clumsy traditional tools and features an integrated wedged center that provides increased removal efficiency and prevents damage to both the trim and wall. Revolutionary Tool – Our Trim Puller is a very beefy tool. The Build-in spring design assists in separating trim from wall freely and quickly. The 15 degree wedged center is for easy extraction of trim and baseboards. Durable Pry Bars – Our trim puller are made from 65 Mn steel with black electrophoretic and polished finish which protect against corrosion and give our pry bar added durability and strength. So the Trim Puller is a very beefy tool, and it will hold up well to repeated whacking. Multi-Function – Ideal for commercial work, repair and remodel projects where care and precision are needed including cabinets, countertops, flooring and many more. It can be used on a kitchen remodel, removing a couple of sections of baseboard, a countertop from some base cabinets, and pulling up a ceramic tile floor. The very edge can also used to pry up the staples. Ergonomic Handle – All our trim puller is built with an ergonomic, comfortable and textured dipped handle. An impact absorbing FPR handle makes it comfortable to hold, though.
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Product Description

Goldblatt Trim Puller Save Your Trim, Baseboards and Walls from Damage


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Step 1

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.

Step 2

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.

Step 3

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.

Step 4

Once the Trim Puller is wedged between the trim and wall, gently pry the trim away from the wall by twisting the handle creating a gap. Repeat steps 2-4 and the gap will increase with each pull until removed.



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‎1.83 pounds

Product Dimensions

‎3.94 x 4.33 x 11.02 inches

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#2,636 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #1 in Pry Bars

Date First Available

January 13, 2020

10 reviews for Goldblatt Trim Puller, Removal Multi-Tool for Commercial Work, Baseboard, Molding, Siding and Flooring Removal, Remodeling

  1. Cathy

    This tool is a fantastic tool to use to remove baseboard trim, window trim, tack strips, etc. We recently started a remodel of our house and were needing to remove carpet. I looked online for a tool to help remove baseboards. I happened to run across this item and after much research decided to buy two of them. I have to say it was money well spent! Being an older woman, I was able to remove the baseboards with ease. This tool slides easily behind the baseboards with the tap of a hammer which allowed me to loosen the baseboard for removal. We used the tool to remove the tack strip from around the perimeter of the room and eventually the window trim. If you are looking for a tool to make your job easier, this is the tool you are looking for. I highly recommend this tool.

  2. Whozis

    I am not a carpenter. This was my first use of a device like this. My wife wanted to reuse the trim we had up. We made dents in the wall by trying to pull back on it. You pull or work it side to side on the wood jamb as I eventually figured out. After that I moved rather quickly even though the trim was almost 30 years old and had been nailed with some big nails. Smaller nails pulled right through the wood, though, leaving nail holes. We had to use wood filler and sand over them. We ended up not using the old trim after all because a few pieces ended up scarred, scratched or broken. If you are just getting rid of old trim this does the job. You might be able to get by with a hammer and a crowbar or pry bar, though, especially if you don’t have huge nails or if you are throwing the old trim away.

  3. Cambria Lisonbee

    I am a rookie DIY”er and decided to install laminate floors in a. Family room. This required me to first remove baseboards and carpet. For the baseboards- this tool worked perfectly! I was able to quickly remove all of the baseboards without one bit of damage to the wall. I was not intending to reuse the baseboards so can’t tell you how effective this tool is for that as I wasn’t paying attention. I then used this tool to remove the carpet nail strips. Again, this made the job quick and easy and caused no damage to the sub floor. It also has the ability to pull up nails in the ground. I also used this tool to pull up all of the carpet staples. Worth every penny spent!

  4. Mr. Practical

    I am writing this review as a homeowner so cannot speak to the commercial durability of the tool however for my use it is perfect.Purchasing a single purpose tool that I will use twice a year is something that I typically avoid. In this case however it has proven to be a good decision. We have an old and difficult to replace baseboard molding in our home and I wanted to remove the 1/4 round trim before installing a new floor. My primary goal was to minimize damage to the baseboard and if the trim was still usable that would be great. The tool performed exactly as I had hoped. The baseboards and quarter round had several coats of paint over them so I first ran a utility knife through the paint where the joint between the trim and baseboard is. Then I tapped the trim puller into position and it spread the joint enough that I could work it in deeper. Rather than pulling the trim off and potentially breaking it, it took very little effort to work my way down and pull the trim up by about an inch before working back the other direction and taking it completely loose. There was no damage at all to the baseboard and the trim is all in one piece and can be re-used. I think that the key here is to lightly hammer and carefully work the trim loose rather than slamming it into place and forcing the trim off all at once. Everyone that I lend this tool to is going to love it.

  5. Barnacle Wes

    I’ve just started a pretty extensive makeover of the entry hall in our home; all told it will be about 250 linear feet of baseboards, plus several door casings. I’ve done one adjacent room so far, and it took 10 minutes to do 4 12-foot walls. This tool takes away all the guess work, and saves the drywall, the baseboards just pop right off. Thanks, it’s a great tool.

  6. Loren Malm

    Pulling trim can be a real pain. And if you start gouging the drywall, it’s one of those jobs where you end up swearing your way through it, and then are not very happy with the results.This took changes all of that. It’s truly outstanding for removing trim, and worth every penny you’ll spend on it. I was amazed at how easy it was to use, and in the results that I was able to achieve using it.Just got done installing some cabinets where the trim had to be removed. In about 5 minutes I was able to use an oscillating tool to cut the trim and this tool to pull it off. Just amazing results. I would buy this again in a heartbeat.The build quality on this is outstanding as well, it will last forever I have no doubt. Very well thought out design, and just a joy to use.Cannot recommend enough, get this one and don’t accept a substitute!

  7. Dan Turner

    More than advertised. I’ve seen knock-offs of this tool showing up in the big box tool sections that undoubtedly will do more damage than good. Mostly due to the very heavy spring that works against the user most especially when trying to remove & reinstall smaller millwork runs…or a moulding that is finger jointed along the entire run. The wallboard or finish’d paneling that the moulding is applied has to be handled carefully to prevent marring the paint or scratching the top coat wood finish.The Goldblatt remover that I purchased has a better feel of controlling the “pry” while maneuvering the “lever” that will break the moulding from the wall…hopefully with the finish nails still attached.The surface used to take a hammer blow to drive the “spade” into the gap between the moulding and the wall material is worth the price just to eliminate repairing a wall that a small weight hammer could damage skipping off of the handle end of a putty/spackle blade in close quarters of the flat lever of a handled blade that is resting against the wall while being hammered down to wedge the materials apart.If you purchase the millwork removing tool….buy an angled utility knife to carefully cut the caulking used to cover the millwork to wall gap along the top of the moulding. The more careful you are…the more successful you’re be in salvaging the millwork without having to make wallboard/paneling repairs.

  8. Timothy

    I enjoy doing some hobbyist woodworking and frequently use free but in good condition wood Pallets. I’ve used a big pry bar, a large recip. saw with a wood/steel cutting blade. But sometimes using a large blade and a sawzall/recip.saw is overkill or too aggressive for when you don’t want to damage the pallets. So this little wood trim puller, wood trim remover is great for getting between the pallet wood slats and peeling them apart without causing a lot of damage to the pallets wood. It is engineered to do a specific job but turns out it is great for other woodworking and construction jobs. So if you are having trouble with using a hammer and pry bar to separate your pallet wood slats but don’t want to invest in a quality recipe.saw and good blades then try out this little gem of a tool.

  9. letsbehonest

    I love this tool! Before I found it, I was using a pry bar and screwdrivers to remove my baseboards before installing new floor planks. The thickness of the pry bar made it difficult to get between the wall and baseboard without causing damage to the drywall. Also, before prying the baseboard out, I had to use a thin piece of wood or metal between the wall and the pry bar to prevent damage to the wall. Even after trying to be careful, I had made several dents and a hole in the wall. Thinking there must be a better tool to do this, I did more searching on the internet and found this tool. Big difference! It’s thin enough to get between the wall and the molding, and it has an area that you can pound with a hammer or mallet to get it fully behind the molding. Just pull the handle back and the molding comes up with no damage at all to the surrounding wall. I had wooden trim around 6 sets of windows and 2 doors that I had to remove, and there was no damage at all when I was done. I would suggest that you start from the end of the piece you’re removing. Once you have the first nail out, you can simply slide the tool along to the next nail and pry until the whole piece has been removed. Also, if you’re not that great with a hammer, a rubber mallet is a safer (for your walls) option when pounding the tool, as the area you pound is close to the wall. A mis-hit with a hammer will most likely damage your wall.

  10. PW Tri

    I managed to remove and more importantly save both the wall’s new paint job and the existing MDF baseboard using this trim puller tool. MDF is notoriously flimsy and soft material for baseboard (it breaks under stress). I had the challenge of fixing a newly installed floating floor laminate with a newly painted wall and newly painted MDF budget baseboards. this tool gently wedged between the new wall and baseboard and gently spaced the board so that the baseboard trim could be removed and more importantly SAVED. All it took was to snip off the old brad nails and then I was able to reinstall them minutes later after fixing a gap in the laminate floor. This tool saved a ton of time and headache by preventing the need to repaint or recut new trim.

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