A good cleaner for vinyl siding is a solution of one part dish soap to 10 parts water for mild dirt or a mixture of one part bleach to four parts water to get rid of mold and mildew. Pour bleach or dish soap into a pressure washer to clean vinyl siding with advice from a licensed remodeling contractor in this free video on home maintenance.
Hi, I'm Tim Gipson, and I'm going to talk to you about what a good cleaner is for vinyl siding. Now, if you just have some standard dirt, you know, build-up on your vinyl siding that just occurs you can get specialty cleaners, or better yet, you can use any kind of household dish liquid detergent, and just dilute it down with water. If you have any mold or mildew, any kind of a bleach solution. Now, when we're using bleach to take care of mold and mildew what we want to do is we want to use one part bleach to four parts water, and you can use about the; actually, probably a one to ten solution on your dishwashing, particularly where a lot of the dishwashing comes in the ultra concentrated. You don't, you know, want to have to worry about too much over-sudsing. Now, if you have a pressure washer, particularly one that has a dispensing system like this, then you can go ahead and mix up your solution part in here, and you can put your bleach solution in here as well, and you know, kind of kill two birds with one stone. You can go ahead and put your your sudsing, or your your dish liquid and your bleach in this tank at the same time, and then you can achieve both purposes you can clean. So really, any kind of a mild liquid detergent, and again, any kind of a liquid bleach is a good solution to use for when you're cleaning vinyl siding. I'm Tim Gipson, and that's the products to use when you're cleaning vinyl siding.