How to Remove Baseboard Moulding in a Bathroom.?

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1. Begin the removal process at a corner, which is the location most likely to provide the end of a piece of baseboard moulding. 2. Place the edge of a flat pry bar along the top edge of the baseboard where it forms a seam with the wall. 3. Tap the
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