How to Get Stains Off of Vinyl Siding

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Get stains off of vinyl siding by mixing a mild detergent or bleach with water, scrubbing the area with the mix and then rinsing the area with a hose. Use a pressure washer for more effective stain removal with advice from a remodeling contractor in this free video on home improvements and cleaning.

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Hi, I'm Tim Gipson. I'm going to talk to you about how to get stains off of vinyl siding. Now, in most cases, what you want to use, you can use any kind of stain or mild detergents, such as dishwashing liquid, and if you're getting stains off, you can use just a hose and a bucket, with a solution, but better yet, a pressure washer system would work much better for you, and one thing that is good to have, is just any kind of a standard bleach. Now, if you're using bleach, and you're using out of a bucket, and washing it on, then you'd want to dilute your bleach, one part bleach, to four parts water. If you're using a pressure washer, you can just pour your bleach directly into your reservoir, and the system will dilute it on its own, and what you want to do, is you want to spray the area that has some stains, and you want to let that sit, the soap and bleach solution. You want to let that sit for a few minutes, and use any kind of a, come back and scrub on it, and you can use any kind of a mop, or any kind of a bristled brush, that will allow you to scrub onto that, and then just come back and rinse it down. Again, you can rinse it with a standard hose, or better yet, you can rinse it with a pressure washer. Now, if it doesn't immediately take the stain out, you might come back, repeat that process one or two more times, until that stain is eradicated, so I'm Tim Gipson, with how to take care of a stain on siding.

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