The Zenith Floor Lifter was designed to bring the same utility and performance of the Trim Puller combined with the common and practical hand work of a chisel. The integrated wedge of the Floor Lifter has a larger angle for more aggressive extractions on bigger jobs. The Floor Lifter is excellent for wood flooring, wooden or vinyl siding, oversized boards and planks. Wood, ceramic tile, just about any surface can be worked efficiently with the Floor Lifter. It has the same integrated center wedge as Trim Puller that increases removal efficiency and prevents damage to both trim and wall. Its longer design provides for a deeper plunge on wider baseboards and trim. Its Z shape design is also ideal for crown molding removal. Great at scraping textured ceilings with its ability to accept standard extension handles, it also can be used as a hook to rip off vinyl or aluminum siding or hanging ceiling planks. And a Zenith specially designed extension handle allowing for aggressive tapping to extend your reach, just screw it into the end of the handle. The new extension handle will allow you to remove flooring and other materials reducing time spent on your knees. The 48Rc heat treated steel and a comfort handle insure great performance and durability. The Floor Lifter has more uses than any other tool in the category. Pull, Pry, Lift and Scrape. More uses, less tools, save you money.
The Zenith Floor Lifter is explicitly designed for safely removing hardwood floors, ceramic tile, trim, nail, or glued countertops, and it’s great to scrape off popcorn ceilings.
The Floor Lifter integrated wedged center provides increased removal efficiency on larger renovation projects without damage.
The Floor Lifter is made of durable high carbon, heat treated steel, and a shock-absorbing EDPM handle.
Floor Lifter can be used to remove hardwood floors, ceramic tile, trim, nail or glued countertops, and even scrape off popcorn ceilings.
The Floor Lifter can be purchased on Amazon and at the Home Depot.
For Lifting, strike the top of the Floor Lifter with a hammer between sub-flooring and tile. The wedge will begin to separate the materials. Once the Floor Lifter is wedged, pry the tile away from the flooring. To pull baseboards and trim, position the Floor Lifter’s front face against the wall with the sharp edge on the seam. Beginning at one end of the baseboard, drive the Floor Lifter between the trim and the wall until fully removed. To remove flooring, strike the top of the Floor Lifter with a hammer between sub-flooring and wood planks. The wedge will begin to separate the materials. Once the Floor Lifter is wedged, pry the plank away from the flooring. An extension handle can be screwed onto the wedge for hard-to-reach areas or scrape ceilings.
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