Eastwood Tools - Trim Hammer

The Rust Restoration Specialists !

Eastwood Trim Hammer

Ideal for straightening stainless trim; small enough for tight spots.

Product Code: EW13146

ppcco tabs

Eastwood Trim Hammer - EW13146

Trim Hammer makes fine trim repair simpler, even in tight spots.

▶   3.3-oz. drop-forged head
▶   Hickory handle for superb balance and durability
▶   4"-long head

Use the face to remove dents in flat stainless trim, and use the cross pein to work in tight edges and corners.

  • Great little hammer
    I received my hammer today and put it to work right away as I was curious as to how it would handle the job. I had a badly dented piece of stainless trim for a 57 Dodge truck but after 20 minutes of work it's ready for sanding and polishing. I've done plenty of bodywork but never had a hammer like this to do trim. Great tool with a nice finish and feel. Getting it on sale was a bonus. Hope the buffers come on sale soon.
  • great tool!!
    I got mine when it was on sale!,very happy with it,a valuable add for my toolbox and for my job as a bodyman.
  • Great quality
    I purchased this a few weeks ago to restore the stainless steel trim on my 50 Crestliner, it was a great help
  • Hammer Time
    Great little Hammer,Feels good in hand,stury construction,Great value...Well use more than the others I own.
  • great little tool
    Great tool. Happy with quality it produces. Will be ordering again soon
  • Nice hammer
    A must have when you straighten your trim. Great little hammer.
  • Trim Hammer
    I have wanted this hammer for a long time. It works great.
  • excellent quality item
    great service fast shipping well satisfied customer
  • Bud
    trim hammer
    great little hammer thanks eastwood B.C.
  • Good quality small tool for trim refinishing
    The trim hammer is small enough to get into most places on a piece of trim. It's good quality and machined enough to get the job done. Keep in mind it won't get all dings and you will need to come up with your own tools some times, like a chisel or a blunt piece of steel to get into places the hammer won't reach.
  • nice trim hammer
    I went over all the trim on current project. took out all dings an polished up nice.
    i should of bought this earlier.