When it comes to keeping vinyl sided roofs safe, you don’t have to be a DIY expert.
A number of DIYers have taken the time to learn the ins and outs of how to maintain vinyl siders.
Here are some tips that will help you stay healthy.1.
Keep a supply of vinyl sider mending powder1.
Use a sponge or cloth to soak your vinyl.2.
Mix a good amount of water with a toothbrush to prevent your vinyl roof from sticking to the plastic.3.
Use your hand to massage the vinyl roof as much as you can, gently rubbing the roof and making sure it is smooth and even.4.
Place the vinyl on a damp cloth or a towel and wipe it down with a damp paper towel.5.
After a few minutes, gently wash your vinyl and gently wipe it with a cloth.6.
Cover the vinyl with a towel to dry and dry thoroughly.7.
Use the sponge or a cloth to gently rub your vinyl on the plastic as it is being washed.8.
Use an iron to gently tap and pat the vinyl down to remove any remaining adhesive.9.
Once your vinyl is dry, it is time to take care of the roof.
A good vinyl side is durable and strong, and can be covered with a layer of polyurethane to make it look more like a real roof.10.
When you are ready to repaint your vinyl, use a clear coat and wax to seal up the edges.11.
When it is the right time to repainch the vinyl, cover it with some polyuretane to prevent it from peeling away.12.
Take your vinyl mending pad and clean it thoroughly with a soft brush.13.
After washing the vinyl mended properly, apply some wax to the underside to ensure that it is protected from the elements.14.
If your vinyl needs a coating, use some wax and paint the roof, leaving a layer around it.
If you have a lot of paint, you can paint the edges of the vinyl as well.15.
Clean and seal up any cracks in the vinyl before painting.