How to Clean Vinyl Siding and Gutters
Vinyl siding is the most popular exterior surface for home construction. The material will not be going away any time soon. Vinyl siding is exposed. The external surface can accumulate the worst dirt and grime. The reasons vinyl siding get really dirty are due to things like pollen, bird and insect droppings, spider webs and rust. Mold and mildew can grow in moist areas. Vinyl is also susceptible to discoloring effects from herbicides, instectides, and fertilizers. It is important you use a quality product like GP66, so the surface does not get damaged.
- Dilute GP66 4 to 8 ounces to 1 gallon of water for most cleaning applications.
- Spray GP66 on surface and let it sit 15 minutes. Scrub lightly with a brush and rinse with water. A garden hose will do the job.
- A high-pressure washer is recommended for rinsing very dirty surfaces and reaching high spots. Always apply GP66 Miracle Cleaner from the bottom to the top. Rinse from the bottom to the top too.
- If GP66 should dry out then lightly re-spray and rinse.