How do you remove egg stains from vinyl siding?
Sometimes it is a simple as using a high quality white eraser.
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I'm a painting contractor and have had problems with employees getting overspray on window vinyl. What has worked for us is acetone or a product called goof off. But first try… it in a spot not so obvious. Good Luck, Steve
Answer . \nWhen we had stains or opened up our pool in the spring, after getting the debris out and the water was clean, and the "chlorine level was very high" that is whe…n we would scrub the pool liner down with nylon brushes, "high chlorine level and nylon brushes" is all we used and when we were done the liner looked great.
Since egg stains on vinyl siding are extremely difficult to remove (not even high volume power-washing will take it off) you have nothing to lose by trying this before having …to replace that section of vinyl siding: Mix some non-abrasive filler such as sanding dust with an enzyme laundry detergent and spread a past of this over the affected surface. Cover it with plastic wrap to keep the past damp for as long as possible. Then rise off the surface. The theory behind this solution (told by a vinyl siding expert) is this solution is to have the enzymes stay active and in contact with the spots for a while so that the paste has a chance to soften them. It is much like soaking a cooking pan to remove baked-on food debris. It is also the approach recommended for removing dried on egg stains from the side of a home. You may also use the mr.clean magic earsers to clean dried egg off. If this doesn't work, then take a piece of siding from another part of the house (that has aged) to match the piece you want to replace. This is less costly than replacing a larger area (color change would be brighter and stick out like a sore thumb) or, paint it. If you want to pain this part of the house then see your hardware store dealer and ask for advice on what paint to use.
How do you remove oil based stain splatters off of vinyl siding without taking the finish off the siding?
take some "krud kutter" original full strength red label. spray it on and it comes right off
Bostik makes a urethane glue remover. Be sure to read the directions carefully. You can call Bostik at 978-777-0100 and ask a technical support person first, to be sure. This …product works excellent on wood flooring, not sure about vinyl, so I'd call them first.
Vinyl Staining . You can stain them but you have to sand them first (in one direct) to give them a tooth and create a pattern for the stain to follow. You have to remember …that vinyl is plastic and that it sweats. Once you've broken it's seal and applied another chemical, you are opening the door for a reaction (as minute as it may seem). If you can avoid this process and come up with a better solution, like using the spray paint for plastics (Home Depot), you should.
with detergent and a brush or a sponge
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Soften egg with dish detergent and wash as soon as possible with power washer. I asked the original question and tried the above. It worked.
There are a number of ways you could remove stains from worms on avinyl liner. You could use cleaners.
Many things can cause iron stains on the vinyl siding of a home.The best way to remove these stains is to use tub and tile cleanerand a cloth scouring pad.
Some vinyls will stain and there is nothing you can do to remove it. When this happens, it is usually caused by having asphalt on your shoe soles. If this is the case, the sta…in is in the seal coat of the vinyl and does not come out. If you try bleach, be careful of about the amount you use and how long it remains on the floor. This too, can be a staining agent over time.
Wash them warm soapy water and a clean sponge or soft cloth. Spraythem carefully with a hose and do not use too much pressure, whichcould damage them.
To clean stains from vinyl tabletop, I use a clean cloth and a mild dish soap and water. Dry the countertop after washing to prevent water from pooling in the seams. Stained …areas can be treated with a baking soda paste. Mix a 3:1 ratio of baking soda and water. Spread over the stain. Let sit for 3-5 minutes before wiping away. Don't scrub the countertop because, although it's a mild abrasive, the baking soda can damage the finish of the countertop. If I were you, I would buy magic eraser. It's great. It really works. Just wet it, squeeze out excess water and with a circle movement clean the area to remove the stain. Another suggestion, but harder to accomplished is to use a vapor steamer. They are great. I hope this would help. anyhousecleaning.com
The best method is Cif or similar mildly abrasive cream cleaner.Pour a little over the stain and with a tissue gently rub over theblotch. It may take a little bit of work, but… it should come off.If there are tiny traces left over, use a few drops of nail varnishremover. But wipe away with water quickly. The acetone in theremover, if left on, may blister the vinyl.
Almost all are water based-so soap and water. You will have to dothe hard way to prevent damage and pinch w/very wet rag across eachone (slat) A few do have solvents in them i…n which case, could bepermanently stained, if that's the case must seek recoursew/provider.