So many years ago it was hardly worth working vinyl wire guards in the home. Most painting jobs were foul, by tampering with paint, uneven coverage and blistering, often leaving the siding worse than before. Fortunately, it is now much more worthwhile tasks that usually produce good results, as long as certain preparations are properly taken. First and foremost, the siding will be clean. There are no real-time savings in this step. It just requires this low-tech, elbow fat preparation. Do not use pressure vessels to clean before painting, as they will force water under siding. That water will eventually look out and cause major problems. Just wash with soap, water, brush and so on. Make sure that siding has plenty of time to dry completely before applying paint. In the case of mildew, use oxygen bleach to kill it as part of the leaning process. Oxygen bleach can be bought on line or at home recovery stores.
The painting can be mistaken in many ways. It is important to understand that this product is made to expand and contract easily. This movement was the main problem when it was painted by a traditional house painting, because the paint could not properly connect to the transfer wall. It also absorbs a lot of heat. When and if the product gets too hot, it will buckle, so most siding is available in lighter colors. Given that dark color may not be advised as it can effectively damage it to dark.
Most paint manufacturers direct that colors that are darker than original shades can not be painted, although it is nice to choose a different color or lighter color. Proper paint product is important for performance. The kidney paintings that are mixed with methane and acrylic resins work best. For "greener" paint, choose the water drop uretana mixed with high quality acrylic pulp. These products have amazing adhesive properties, are very "user friendly", and will stand up for daily exercise. It is extremely easy to find external latex paint containing urethane in homemade stores, coupons and so on.