10:05AM | 03/13/05
Member Since: 03/12/05
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I have vinyl clad aluminum siding on my home, that has oxydized. I can remove it with a sponge and siding cleaner but would like to know, if there is an easier way through my power washer. I power wash the siding every Spring, this oxydation still occured. Any suggestions, past experiences, or helpfull hints would be greatly appreciated.

Much thanks, Bill from NJ


02:41AM | 03/19/05
Member Since: 07/28/02
1356 lifetime posts
Well once the siding starts to chalk you can only remove it temporarly as the surface is starting to break down. The best way to remove the chalk is with a scrub brush.

When it gets bad or bothers you alot it is time to paint the siding and this type of siding hold paint great.

If you decide to paint you will want to remove the chalk and prime with an exterior acrylic primer and finish with an exterior acrylic satin or semi-gloss house paint.
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