Dave E, my sweet hubby worked on removing the bunks for us and he said it wasn't difficult at all. He said if you can use a screwdriver, you can do it. How we did it was to remove the mattresses and the plywood foundations for them. On the top bunk, the front of the plywood foundation was screwed in but it wasn't screwed in at the back, making it easier to remove. The foundation for the bottom bunk was in two pieces. The piece over the drawers was screwed in and the drawers and rails for them were VERY easy to remove. The portion of the bottom foundation behind the drawers had a lift up thumb hole in it and wasn't screwed in at all....like a mystery storage spot. Then it was just a matter of unscrewing the sides that were screwed into the slide walls. I also think there was some nailing on the top bunk. DH wanted to preserve the wooden form in case we decided to put the bunks back in (slim chance we will) and when he was pulling it out, we did get some scratches on the wall (not bad) so be sure to remove all screws and nails completely before pulling them out. Pulling them out was the only part that needed to be done by two people only because of keeping the form. Hope that makes sense. Will post some pics...
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