Vinyl siding is the most commonly used siding material today. Although it is relatively easy to clean, there can be a few factors to consider:
Artillery fungus is a bacteria that grows in bark mulch. When is matures, it releases it’s fungus spores in a spraying motion. When that fungus comes in contact with vinyl, it is soft and tacky. Over time it hardens and becomes impossible to remove. Most of the time, pressure washing will not remove fungus spores.
- Permanent stains – During house maintenance, if paint is mistakenly applied to vinyl siding, its usually a permanent stain. Other common stains are due to insecticides coming in contact with vinyl.