A: This bar can be used for different applications due to adjustable angle. Very useful tool.
A: I actually tried that. It will break it into chunks, but it worked okay for it.
A: I used it for taking apart pallets, so I don't actually know how it would work, but based on how I have used it, I think that it would turn your tiles into a lot of little tile chips. You might want to get something with a bigger "blade".
A: This is a demo tool so yes it will work for ceramic tile. Keep in mind that it may break up the ceramic tile, but it will perform this function. Technical Team (sj)
A: No. Not recommended for hardwood floor removal.
A: I don't think it would work well for hardwood floor removal. The bars are pretty thick since they're meant to slide into the open spaces of a pallet. They would not slide easily between the hardwood and the sub-floor. If you aren't trying to keep the hardwood, I'd just get a couple of standard long handled pry bars. If you're trying to salvage it, I've had really good luck using a trim puller.
A: Only if you don't want to save flooring. If not a great great tool.
A: yes works great
A: Not sure, used it for redwood decking. It split some of the redwood but we didn't plan to reuse all of it. But, God our purpose it was fantastic.
A: You will need to pull one board via crowbar + cats-paw before you can use this tool. I'd recommend having those around to help remove nails.
A: It can, yes, depending on deck board spacing. If tight you would still have to remove the first board to get going but it does a great job once you do get going!
A: You will need at least an inch to begin with ti fit the fork.
A: You'll need to pray at least the end of one board up first to get started.
A: I had to use a hammer and pound the forks down into the board gap to get the first board started. After I got the hang of it the rest of the boards were a breeze.
A: I just purchased it a few days ago, so I don't know about it being "improved." But I had no problem with it and used it to remove 288 sq.ft. of decking without incident.
A: That handle is not weak.
A: I had no problems with a weak handle, breaking or bending.
A: Mine was OK Liked the adjustable head and plus Ia 74 years old so not as strong as I used to B e !!
A: No issues with handle as mentioned by prior users. Struggled removing our deck for hours before reading about this tool. It made the rest of the red I much smoother and reduced the work load by 75%!
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