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Posted on Help on removing solid wood trim from plywood cabinet

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#1 posted 12-12-2016 04:14 AM

Steam and heat would be my suggestion. Heat is probably more important than steam, but both would be best. Trying to pry them off without loosening the glue will not work unless the glue is already crumbling. And don’t use a chisel, use a flexible paint scraper to work your way into the joint. The sharp edge of the chisel is not your friend here. You could look up instructions on removing guitar fretboards, as that is a similar operation.

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