Well, Depending on the board setup, if it is a single sided board (no IC's on the opposite side of the board), you could use a heat gun and heat the opposite side of the board directly under the SOIC. When the solder heats up, use a pair of tweezers to remove the chip. Heat guns can be had very cheap at most hardware stores.
If it is a double sided board, the best bet would be to use desoldering braid to get as much solder off the pins/pads as possible and then attempt to lift each pad one at a time with a small jewel screwdriver or needle while heating each pin with an iron.
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