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How to remove kitchen kickboards

Listed under Blog, hand-painted kitchen, Mark Nash Posted May 21 2013

In a newly installed kitchen, the considerate fitter will often leave the kick boards loose for the painter. And if they are on, and don’t just pop off with a screwdriver as expected? How to remove kitchen kickboards the easy way, by Mark Nash.

Removing kickboards is one of those silly little jobs that shouldn’t, but can take time. So why not have the right tool on the van, for the “just in case” occasions.

This is the natty yellow and black item in question, and another example of Mark’s attention to detail, and indicative of the constant drive for efficiency and tweaking to our service, going on behind the scenes at Traditional Painter.
Veribor suction pad
Just to complete the full picture, if you order 1000 suction lifters, you can have your logo on the side.

I think Traditional Painters will have to paint on their own!

How to signwrite a suction lifter will no doubt be the subject of a future video, when we have run out of things to do.

Mark Nash hand painted kitchens OxfordMark Nash is a leading participant in the Traditional Painter network of specialist kitchen painters.

If you are in the market for refurbishing a hand-painted kitchen in Oxford or London / M4 corridor, check out his profile page. It is a testament to the skill and level of service from a 3rd generation master painter

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