Removing quarter rounds
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Been removing quarter rounds to remove old glass on a cabinet my wife got from family.
Got the doors off, fun with painted screws.

A nice tool to remove these quarter rounds is a skin wedge, used in aviation a lot.
If you have never used one, they are a great tool to have.
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#12
  Re: Removing quarter rounds by MT Woodworker (Been removing quarte...)
Never heard of it. I Googled it and it sure likes like a tool that I need. Thanks for the suggestion.
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Garry
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#13
  Re: Removing quarter rounds by MT Woodworker (Been removing quarte...)
Thanks, a very handy tool 
Mine are like this.
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  Re: Removing quarter rounds by MT Woodworker (Been removing quarte...)
I got this blade for my oscillating multi-tool from DeWalt (via Amazon.com).  I used it to remove hardened caulk around some windows I was painting.  It worked great.

It would be the first thing I grabbed to cut through the paint and then I would use a rigid 3 in 1 tool to pry it out.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B015P0...UTF8&psc=1





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  Re: Removing quarter rounds by MT Woodworker (Been removing quarte...)
Bee keepers hive tool works great for removing molding also.
Steve

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The Revos apparently are designed to clamp railroad ties and pull together horrifically prepared joints
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  Re: Removing quarter rounds by MT Woodworker (Been removing quarte...)
Had to go look it up
Nice tool, may have to get one
Thanks
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(06-08-2021, 07:44 PM)Stwood_ Wrote: Bee keepers hive tool works great for removing molding also.

Hive tools that I started using in 1981 were simply "painters pry bars" sold as hive tools.   They have some different shapes now. but the old ones work fine and are still sold as that.  https://www.amazon.com/KINGLAKE-Scraping...3277&psc=1  https://www.amazon.com/Titan-Tools-17005...3452&psc=1
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(06-09-2021, 08:41 PM)bhh Wrote: Hive tools that I started using in 1981 were simply "painters pry bars" sold as hive tools.   They have some different shapes now. but the old ones work fine and are still sold as that.  https://www.amazon.com/KINGLAKE-Scraping...3277&psc=1  https://www.amazon.com/Titan-Tools-17005...3452&psc=1

Yes. I have one of the older ones too.
Steve

Missouri






 
The Revos apparently are designed to clamp railroad ties and pull together horrifically prepared joints
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  Re: Removing quarter rounds by MT Woodworker (Been removing quarte...)
Reminds me of the HF tools for removing upholstery and auto trim and moldings, etc...
https://www.harborfreight.com/trim-and-m...64126.html and 
https://www.harborfreight.com/5-piece-up...99739.html
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#20
  Re: Removing quarter rounds by MT Woodworker (Been removing quarte...)
I have a couple of small flat pry bars I use in addition to some stiff putty knives. I really appreciate all the tools mentioned in this thread and the links to them - they look very useful!

Thanks,

Doug
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