Alright, I'm sure there is a simple answer to this....how do you remove a basic flush door pull from a sliding closet door (without ruining the wood by prying it out)?
If anyone has a tip, PLEASE let me know!
If you are referring to the round ones, as I recall there is a tiny nail under the upper part of the recess. If you cannot grab it with pliers, you will have to drill it out.
I used a small flathead screwdriver and hammer. I lightly tapped between the flush pull and the door and proceeded to work my way around the flush pool using the same technique. By the time I got about halfway around the pull it popped out. This technique didn't damage any visible wood and I was able to install the new pull without any damage showing.
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