Malco Snap Lock Punch SL5

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Malco Snap Lock Punch SL5

  • Snap lock plastic skirting and siding to finishing trim
  • Makes tabs in the cut edge of siding panel used as a finishing course at top of wall or below window
  • Tabs lock into trim
  • Punch raises a high projection to compensate for natural relaxation of vinyl plastic
  • It also works well on aluminum siding but is not recommended for steel
  • Red Vinyl Grip

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    GrumpyApril 28, 20113

    Nothing fancy, gets the job done.

    I own a pair of these. They do what they are supposed to do but aren;t of the highest quality. If I used them every day, I would expect to repalce them at least once a year. As it is, I use them primarily for repair work and have had my pair for a few years.

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      loneframerApril 30, 20114

      simple and effective

      I've had a pair of these since I did my first siding job on my own. Simple tool that works as intended. Every vinyl guy should have a set in the bucket.

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      • simple design
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      • could be a bit better quality
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        illbuildit.ddJanuary 28, 20154

        so far so good.

        Doin its job so far.

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          conductorMay 18, 20174

          Standard vinyl tool

          I've had mine for years - still works for the occasional vinyl project. Used to use it years ago in the northeast when doing more siding. Still in good shape after many, many years. A bit dusty lately.

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