- Tapered steel handle
- Will not damage removed shingle or surrounding pieces
- Removes all types of shingles
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Comments about Dasco Pro® Shingle Ripper (640):
After trying to delicately remove a nail or two to replace a cedar shake on my roof and not having this tool I can say that this tool saves a lot of time and does exactly what it says. Ordinary pry bars are too short or too bent to effectively reach the two nail heads holding on an individual shingle. If you can reach the nail heads with an ordinary pry bar you're likely to crack or brak an adjacent shake in the process. This tool goes right where it needs to go, easily attaches to the nail heads and pulls them out with the least impact to adjacent shakes. I like to use a rubber mallet to pound on the handle and pull the nails. The shingle ripper creates a consistent bend to the nails as it pulls them out allowing them to come out from under the overlapping row of shake above. I think this is an essential tool if you own a wood shake roof.
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