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Malco’s “The Sider” helps you measure and mark pieces of vinyl siding quickly and accurately. Made from 18 gauge stainless steel, the Sider has precisely spaced holes staggered vertically every 1/8″. To draw or score perfect horizontal lines, stick a pencil or knife blade into a hole and slide the tool along the siding.

Malco sells five different varieties of the Sider to work with most siding styles: the 4″ double, the 5″ double, the 4-1/2″ Dutchlap, the 5″ Dutchlap, and the 3″ triple. Any of these versions of the Sider will run you somewhere between $11 and $21 before shipping or tax.

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2 Responses to The Sider

  1. Shopmonger says:

    Ook so when doing siding…..Take your first cut off and make one of these with a drill…… Use it with a pencil, and if you wipe wit till come off so it is like the dry erase board you always wanted…….


  2. Sweettalker says:

    Yeah, you can make one, but I wouldn’t have thought about it until now. I am glad I am only 1/4 done siding my house!

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