If you have concerns about how to remove scotia beading from your skirting boards when laying a new wood flooring or replacing a damaged plank, then you’ve just landed on the right page.
Whether you have installed it with the pin or stapled fixing method, or the adhesive fixing method, by the end of this DIY video tutorial you will be able to remove your scotia beading without destroying it, or damaging the existing skirting boards (click here to learn how to fit scotia beading)
Although this might sound like an easy task, many people get it wrong and end up paying for new scotia beading. To avoid the cost and be able to refit it to the existing skirting board you’ll need the following tools:
- Stanley knife