Can you use a pressure washer to clean vinyl siding?
Using a Pressure Washer to Clean Vinyl Siding
Pressure washers are easy to operate and are perfectly safe for cleaning your siding, contrary to what you may have heard before.
The trick is to use lower water pressure so the water doesn’t get behind your siding or damage the surface.
Is Power Washing bad for siding?
The answer is: YES, pressure washing absolutely can damage vinyl siding if done incorrectly. Vinyl siding is a hard surface, but it’s not as hard as, say, brick. That means that when you use pressure washing on vinyl, you really have to be very careful to not damage the siding.
What is the best cleaner to use in a pressure washer?
The Krud Kutter PWC01 Multi-Purpose Pressure-Washer Concentrate is our best pressure washer soap detergent or chemicals or cleaning solution. Stucco, gutters, bricks, masonry, concrete and cement can also be used with this effective pressure washer cleaning detergent.
What is the best way to clean vinyl siding?
70% water, 30% white vinegar makes a great all-purpose vinyl siding cleaner that removes light mold and mildew stains. For a stronger solution, mix together one-third cup powdered laundry detergent, two-thirds cup powdered household cleaner, one quart liquid laundry bleach and one gallon of water.