try washing with some Fantastick,it's probably just dust that collects on the condensation where the nails are
It's doubtful your insurance company will cover washing the house. They wouldn't cover a material issue either.what if I take a little bleach and warm water and lightly scrub with a firm brush. Is this something that insurance would possibly cover?
It's doubtful your insurance company will cover washing the house. They wouldn't cover a material issue either.
Try cleaning it with whatever you want and see if it comes off. If it doesn't, you can replace it or live with it. Pressure washing would need to be done very carefully or you'll cut right through the vinyl.
Well...someone asked me to post pics. I don't wanna "test" with any chemicals especially on my home's siding.Advice doesn't change. Experiment with various cleaners an see what happens.
Start in an inconspicuous place.
It could be the heat from the nail heads has permanently discolored the siding.
Not worth cleaning then? So 1. I am stuck with it or 2. Replace it....is that correct?Dinosaur1, look at this link on how to clean your siding.
As mentioned it looks like permanent discoloration to me also.
we have had bad hail storms over the years. insurance covered the cost of my roof 3 yrs ago, but i don't think they would touch this.I would certainly try to clean it but if it actually faded then our stuck.
You can paint vinyl siding but I’ve never been satisfied with the result.