I have not used this puller for that purpose, but I just attempted to see if it might fit. I think it could do the trick for you (see picture), depending of course on there being sufficient clearance behind the handle to insert the legs of the puller. The other unknown, is whether the material composition of the handle can survive the pressure of the puller. I suppose if the handle has a plastic face, it could crack. However, many of these handles can be replaced by generic products sold at HD.
Hi Kelly, Thank you for your question. The Compression Sleeve and Faucet Puller tool is designed to remove faucet handles. For more details you can visit our website, www.superiortool.com. Click on Specialty Tools, and then in the drop box click on Faucets to see more details on the uses for this tool. We appreciate your support. Faheem Schroeder
Unfortunately, I'm not adept at submitting videos, but my review does include pictures of the order of assembly of the tool components to the tube and compression nut, that I hope might help.
I suppose so, but why would you use a compression fitting with PVC in the first place unless it is a tubing connection?