Thanks for taking your time to read our reviews on the best trim removal tools that are currently available on the United Kingdom marketplace.
Just below you will see our top list of removal tools. However, we also know you are busy, so if you don't have time to read our full review, we would highly recommend the best selling Wetado Trim Removal Tool. This kit is absolutely superb and if you want the a good set, at a reasonable price, then this is it.
Just below, we have also completed some summary reviews on each of these, so as you can see which is the best option for you.
Auto Trim Removal Tool Set
94% buyer satisfaction from over 1,000+ customer reviews
There is pretty much everything you will ever need in this kit. It comes with 45 panel trim tools that you can use for car audio, door panels, slats, window trims, panels, fasteners and is suitable for all car models on the market.
This kit will make the disassembly of decorative parts, screw clips, furniture and accessories on the vehicle very easy. I am quite careful but its nearly impossible to get away without breaking clips in this type of job and even worse, it so easy to mark a dash. Its well worth spending £20 on a kit like this.
You get 11 pry board + lighting pliers + 8 inch screwdriver + 6 inch screwdriver + 4 red oil seal hook + 6 rubberized black key + 2 U-shaped key + 14 needle removal (11 plastic + 3 light handle) + thick hoist scraper + car traction line + speed tightener.
Wetado Trim Removal Tool
94% buyer satisfaction from over 1,500+ customer reviews
This kits is really very similar to the kit above and I can also highly recommend it. When you compare the two the main difference is that you get 120pcs car retainer clips with 6 popular size made of high-quality special plastic material. Suitable for door trim, bumpers etc etc.
There is a £10 difference in price and I guess the clips you get would cost around that, so it's equally good value. Just depends if you need spare clips or not, though they are very handy to have.
It goes a bit further than car trims only. There are quite a few clips and cable ties that you might use around the house so really it's a fairly universal kit that will do more than just automotive jobs.
Wetado Trim Removal Tool
92% buyer satisfaction from over 2,500+ customer reviews
This is the "plain Jane" basic kit that will let you do most jobs a bit more easily. You get 7 different tools that are used for removing trim, door panels, moldings, window trims, clips, fasteners, emblems, push pin pivets set, etc.
I would say the plastic tools are quite good quality for the price and the steel alloy tool is pretty strong too. Definitely well worth the money, though I guess there is not a tool for every job and a couple of them I was tempted to cut in half to get into awkward spots.
All in all I would be happy to buy this kit, even just to use once. It's well worth having in your tool collection for the very occassional use even.
UTOOL Trim Removal Tool Kit
92% buyer satisfaction from over 2,000+ customer reviews
This is another of the cheap range of trim removal kits. Again it will work perfectly well at removing trim and although it's not top of the range, it will still do the job for you.
When I compare it to the model above, I can see any reason why I would spend the extra £5 that this one costs. Though it gets great reviews and thousands have been sold.
I recommend you go for the Utool model above.
PHYLES Auto Trim Removal Tool
92% buyer satisfaction from over 5,000+ customer reviews
4pcs different red car audio door dash trim panel install & removal tools in one pack, use for car audio/radio, door panel, window, interior accessories modification, all in one package.
Again this is a cheapy but a really big seller. I cant fault it and it's pretty much the same as any of the two kits above.
A very quick video review
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I hope you enjoy watching it as I always think its much better to see a tool in action rather than just reading about it or seeing pictures. This guy is particularly good at explaining the features and he is well known for demonstrating tools.
Also, you may think this is common sense but we would always recommend using some axle stands as well as a jack.
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