You can make a tool for removing caulk and wood filler in beaded trim or wallboard using a worn-out oscillating-multitool or hacksaw blade. Trace the profile of the beadboard or trim onto the old blade, and grind it to shape with the edge of a cutoff wheel. After using files to clean up the work, you’ve got a custom scraper that will save lots of time.
Nate Clark, via email, None
Edited and Illustrated by Charles Miller
From Fine Homebuilding #258