Car Trim Removal Tool

Car Trim Removal Tool

Here at JT Handtools, we offer a wide range of glass handling and fitting equipment for the automotive industry. We provide our customers with car trim removal tools as part of our range of products and accessories. Our large variety of trim components enables a professional finish to each repair.

Such tools work by removing moulding and trim, usually in order to prevent unattractive damage. They are specialised tools that are typically applied to the car door panel as a removal tool, but are also able to tackle the dashboard, fasteners, or wheel hubs in need of removal.

When it comes to the moulding and trim of a car, this refers to the rubber, plastic and vinyl parts that are often used to enhance body lines and create completed edges to panels including the fenders or bumper covers, improving the way it functions in high-use areas, as well as keeping out water. Therefore, the reason they may need removing is because they can be particularly susceptible to wear and in need of replacing.

We offer nearly twenty different items when it comes to trim clip removal tools. Within the range there are various products such as pigsfoot lifters, circlips, spanners, and more. Each of the products is designed with a particular function, with some offering specific brands of car. The right product for you will depend on the work you wish to carry out, for example, with some tasks requiring contoured pry tools, whilst pull-types can be useful for removing clips or fasteners.

If you would like more information about our car trim removal tools, feel free to get in touch with us by completing our contact form, or emailing us at sales@jthandtools.co.uk. You can also call us on 01142 449989 in order to speak to a member of our team directly. We will be pleased to answer any questions you may have for us.

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