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Hardware Removal

Having the right hardware removal tools can make the difference between a good install and a great, efficient install. Equip yourself.

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A portable pivot vice is a great option for wrapping smaller object, such as door handles and antennas, off the vehicle as they allow an installer to wrap at any angle while comfortably sitting.
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Justin talks about the importance of having backup auto clips and retainers for wrap shops or installers who are focused on vehicle wraps. Having backups is essential and economic way to safely and quickly...
TWI Overview
Getting the right basic tool set is key for removing hardware, especially when the installer is on location.
Used to help secure bolts or screws to a screwdriver when removing hardware.
How to keep your screws and bolts from falling inside of a vehicle while you are removing hardware, and tips/tools for fishing small parts out of a vehicle's hard-to-reach places when the inevitable...
String tools come in very handy when removing emblems, side molding and other situations that come up when removing hardware on a vehicle. In the free video above, Justin shows how to remove vehicle emblems...
Plastic removal tools allow an installer to easily remove trim, molding, door panels and dashboards and is made from a poly/nylon composite to prevent marring in the process. Rugged poly/nylon construction...