If you plan to cut 1 hole. Lol I did 1 hole, and my blades were gone.
I used it to cut through a plaster ceiling. 6 holes. It wore down but still did the job. No wire mesh or lathe.
Yes. You do not have to push on the tiles with a lot of force. Simply let the bit start the pilot hole and bring the blades into contact with the ceiling tile. The bit and blades will then bore through without you needing to sumo press the tiles.
Yes. This should work on stucco. It will make the blades dull out faster but you can get one to two stucco cuts out of this set before you will have to replace the blades.
Depends on what type of vinyl. Stretched tight more than likely but might make ragged hole. Its just two thick straight blades on a shaft. Fairly sharp but don't know for sure how the hole would come out. This is made mostly for gypsum wall board or paneling.
blades cut by scoring and not sawing action
Yes, but you may need to be careful if the indentations don't line up for you. Putting electrical tape on each side should help the collars stay in place.
No, It is not a saw blade. It is strong enough to get through sheet rock, but that is all. You would need to buy a hole saw to get through your siding.
It will, but not well. The blades are designed to cut drywall. It will most likely not cut the hole as desired.
The Klein Tools model # 53731 Hole Saw’s blades adjust to cut holes from 2 to 7-Inch diameter.