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Internal trim removal
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I'm speaking from my own experience too, metal tools are generally much better than the plastic ones for popping off things like door cards, just because they're slimmer. Plastic ones are better for dismantling things that have multiple plastic mouldings clipped together (like dashboards.)
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I managed to remove my press in clip thingies using an old dinner fork!  Tried several and a cheap thinnish one with wide prongs did the job.  Kept easing them gently all the way round, then they suddenly ping.  The forks not fit for eating with now but it worked fine and i didn't need any of the spare studs i'd bought!  Actually persuading the trim to fit back together was more tricky.
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