I want to replace a gas fire. However whoever put the previous fire in seems
to have stuck the trims of the fire down with silicone sealant or some other
glue. The trims are attached to slate/marble which I don`t want to damage.
I have made an initial attempt with scrapers to try to prise the trims off
but with no success. I have seen a tool in screwfix
and was wondering if this might do the job.
Also if anyone knows anything I could use to help break up the sealant/glue,
this would have to something which is fairly runny to allow it to seep into
the sealant, also I don`t want it to damage the slate/marble tiles (I know
this is a hard ask)