The Stanley Wonder Bar Tool

The Stanley Wonder Bar Tool

The Wonder Bar, the name says it all. No there are no buttons for low or high speed, you can’t even plug The Wonder bar tool in, it's just a bar.

 I’m going to tell you how I used my wonder bar over the years for various DIY projects.

If you’re a do-it-yourself kind of person and like to take on projects yourself. Most of the time the first thing that you have to do in any project is the demolition. I can tell you, there is no better tool than the Wonder Bar to help with demolition.

The First Project with My Wonder Bar Tool:


When we closed on our house, we had some serious work do to. Working on a budget we decided to take on as much work as we could, on our own in an effort to save some money. The very first thing we did was tear out all of the old carpets, in the living room, hallway and bedrooms. 

After rolling up all of the old carpets and hauling it out to the curb. We had rows and rows of carpet tacks that were used to secure the padding. And, the tack strips along the baseboard were nailed in tight. 

Our carpet installer told us that they all had to come out. I bought not one but two Wonder Bars; I couldn’t handle two at a time so my wife used the other one. We spent a couple of days removing the tacks, and tack strips, along baseboards, in preparation for our new carpet. 

The angled end of the Wonder Bar made short work of the tacks on the floor. Then, we used the flat end for removing the tack strips along the baseboards.

The Second Project for The Wonder Bar Tool:


Removing the deck boards from our outside deck, prying up the boards on the old deck was easy using the wonder bar. I’m sorry, I’m using the word easy because, it was a lot of work, but the Wonder Bar was a huge help.

The Third Project for The Wonder Bar Tool:


Removing the old tile from the bathroom floor was easy using the flat end of the bar and a hammer. I can go on and on, as to how many times I used this tool. But I think you get the idea. If you have some demolition to do in a future project. I recommend the Wonder Bar from Stanley. 


1 comment:

  1. That sounds very useful. My husband often ends up using a chisel and hammer but it can damage the end. One of these tools would be a lot easier to store than the crowbar and sounds like it has more useful ends too.

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