I needed to remove the baseboard trim on a 14" long square room. I used all three of prybars...starting at one end of the room. I pushed in one behind the end baseboard and then put another one on top of it to force the baseboard outward. I did want to use the baseboard again so did not want to crack or break it. I used a large rubber hammer to pound these pry bars down. Once the end of baseboard was pushed out away from the wall, I just kept putting in all 3 of these behind the baseboard spread out a bit and soon the baseboard was off the wall. repeated along the room walls until done.
FYI I purchased that $4 blue pry bar set (turns out they were plastic) but it came with a very nice roll up cloth holder which I put these 3 metal prybars into.
Titan Tools 3-piece pry bar and Scraper set includes 3 Prybars with sharp Scraper ends. These bars are constructed from mirror polished stainless steel and are ideal for nail and tack pulling. Use them as Prybars, scrapers, chisels or tack pullers. These do it all.