Get your wedge bolts removed from the wall by a handyman from Zoofy. There are different types of wedge bolts and different types of substrate that the wedge bolt is screwed into. A wooden surface requires a different method than a drywall surface.
Remove the wedge bolts yourself
There are a number of steps you can take to remove wedge bolts. The exact method will depend on the size and type of keil bolt you want to remove. Below I provide some general steps you can follow:
- Make sure you have the right tool on hand. For example, this could be a keil bolt wrench or a keil bolt remover, depending on the type of keil bolt you want to remove.
- Place the wedge bolt wrench or remover on the wedge bolt and turn it to the left (counterclockwise) to loosen the wedge bolt. Use pliers or a wrench to apply extra force if needed.
- If the wedge bolt is loose, remove it by hand by turning it to the left and pulling it out of the hole. If the wedge bolt is still tight, you can try to pry it loose by gently pulling or pushing it.
- If the wedge bolt is still tight, consider applying a little oil or other lubricant to the wedge bolt to make removal easier. To do this, use a spray bottle or brush to apply the oil to the right place.
- If the wedge bolt still won't come loose, try heating it using a hair dryer or heating element. This can help the metal expand and make it easier to get the jackhammer bolt loose. Make sure you are careful, however, not to damage it.
Have a professional remove the wedge bolts
If you are unable to get the wedge bolt removed, book a professional through Zoofy. Zoofy allows you to easily book a professional for different types of jobs, such as painting, moving, electrical and much more. Zoofy works with experienced and reliable professionals, so you can be sure that your job will be done in a professional manner. If you're having trouble getting certain jobs done, or just don't have the time to do them yourself, Zoofy can be a godsend by putting you in touch with the right professional for your job.