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Hi i have something stuck in my porch and i have to temporarely remove the siding ,how?

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They make a tool that slips up under where the vinyl siding overlaps, and it pops it apart with no damage. Then you can get at the nails that hold the siding to the house.
I've seen them at Home Depot for around $5.

Posted on May 26, 2010

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    Trying to post a pic of tool.

  • valvestem May 26, 2010

    Right click on the little broken pic symbol above and open in new page.

  • valvestem May 26, 2010

    Won't work!! Frustrating.

  • valvestem May 26, 2010

    http://z.about.com/d/homerepair/1/5/a/6/...




    Here's a link to what's called a "Zip Tool"

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