Can you use pool shock to clean vinyl siding?

I use a cup of powder laundry detergent, big squirt of dawn dish soap, and about 2 cups of pool shock (12% bleach) mixed in a 5 gal bucket with water, then feed into the pressure washer soap injector. Spray it on, let it sit for a minute, and hose off. Do not need high pressure to rinse, which is good.

Then, can you use chlorine to clean vinyl siding?

If you need a stronger solution, try one quart liquid laundry bleach, one gallon of water, one-third cup powdered laundry detergent, and two-thirds cup powdered household cleaner. If you have landscaping directly underneath your siding and are afraid of harming your plants, you may want to use an alternative solution.

One may also ask, is it OK to use bleach on vinyl siding? Yes, bleach is safe to use on vinyl siding as long as it is used at the proper dilution ratios. Here is a document from the CertainTeed vinyl siding manufacturer website that shows what they recommend on cleaning mold & mildew from vinyl siding.

Similarly, it is asked, what is the best thing to wash vinyl siding with?

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.

Will Dawn dish soap clean vinyl siding?

You can mix regular Dawn liquid dish soap in with the solution to get extra cleaning power. Regular dishwashing soap will do a very good job of cleaning vinyl siding, but if you mix it with the Stain Solver, you’ll end up working much less.

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