The Malco SideSwiper II Vinyl Siding Removal Tool combines the comfort and added leverage of an easy-to-grasp straight handle with the smooth unlocking motion of a burr free hook. The blade of the SRT2 is angled from the bottom plane of the handle and allows the user to keep the wrist straight while keeping knuckles well above the work. Blade surface finishing and plating assures that the sharply angled hook will not cut into the vinyl material or produce shavings.
Additional comfort and control is achieved with a non-slip textured handle grip. The gripping surface will not become slick from moisture, and the form fitting, plastisol dip process bonds the grip for the life of the tool.
Durable one piece spring steel construction is virtually indestructible. A handy oversize hang hole in handle accommodates a 1/4" (6.4 mm) peg hook.
- One-piece Steel Design
- Easy-to-grasp Straight Handle
- Smooth Unlocking
- Non-slip textured grip
- Cleanly removing vinyl siding!
- Length: 6-1/4 in.
- Net Weight: 3 oz.
How to Use
Wedge tip of blade under overlapping panel and hook onto the back lip of butt-lock.
Pulling lip downward, slide the tool along length of panel to unlock and expose nail row of panel to be removed.
3. PANEL REPLACEMENT:
Lock and nail replacement panel into place. Use tool to re-lock overlapping panel. Pull down on panel lip and press it into lock of replacement panel below.
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