Begin by cutting through any dried paint along the top edge of the trim with
a utility knife.
Model LSZ 150/100 pulls in edge trim with
four toothed rolls machined out of solid steel that exert up to 1300 Nm of torque.
You can also replace standard trim with
an eyeball-style trim ($20) that can be aimed in different directions, but it takes an extra step.
3 Pull nails out through the back side of trim with
a nippers or a pliers.
ABS, the most common material in molded-look pressure forming, is tricky to trim with
precision because of its high thermal-expansion coefficient.
Don't confuse cellular vinyl trim with polyurethane-core, vinyl-coated products.
Cut PVC trim with the same hand and power tools that you use for wood.
Splice long pieces of trim with "scarf joints," that is, overlapping 45-degree joints.
Renew those old recessed lights by replacing the baffle trim with
a snazzier choice like an eyeball trim.