Do you have a product that will allow me to repair my vinyl siding and get the replacement siding to match the existing siding?
YES! Vinyl siding can be tricky to repair. The problem is that vinyl siding weathers and fades like all outdoor products.
When a hole is punched in the vinyl siding as a result of a lawn mower, baseball, hail damage or other causes the replacement vinyl siding that you have been storing in your garage or attic will not match the color of your weathered siding. This creates a very unsightly appearance to your home. Most insurance companies will not replace two or three sides simply so the color will match.
Vinyl Renu™ will inexpensively allow your replacement siding to match your weathered siding by bringing the faded siding back up to the same color as the replacement siding (assuming same/similar lot or manufacturer and color as original siding).
What is the best way to paint vinyl, metal or aluminum siding?
With Vinyl Renu™, painting is not needed. Vinyl Renu™ will help restore vinyl siding to its original beauty. It will also help restore painted surfaces, aluminum siding, oxidized siding and many other surfaces to its original color.
What is the best way to paint shutters?
The best way to paint shutters is to not paint shutters. Paint is messy and will fade shortly after application creating the need to repaint after a few years. Shutter Renu™ does not require the same prep work, taping and cleaning. In addition, Shutter Renu™ will last for 7+ years.
What is the best paint for vinyl siding if I want to change the color of my vinyl siding?
Because Vinyl Renu™ helps restore the color to faded vinyl siding and will not allow a homeowner to change the color of vinyl siding, we are asked “can I paint vinyl siding?” The simple answer is yes. There are many paints available for vinyl siding. We read good things about using “vinyl safe” paint from Sherwin-Williams.
Use extreme caution however, when choosing your paint as the choice of a paint that is not designed for vinyl can cause irreparable damage to your siding requiring complete tear off and replacement of your siding. Once the best paint for vinyl siding has been chosen and applied, we recommend applying Vinyl Renu™ to protect the paint from fading. You can extend the life of your beautiful new paint by years by applying Vinyl Renu™ once the siding paint has fully cured (typically 30+ days).
Is Vinyl Renu™ paint?
No. Vinyl Renu™ contains no pigments or colorants. It restores using the physical properties of light and refraction/reflection.
Can I change the color of my vinyl siding or aluminum siding with Vinyl Renu™?
No. You can paint them with high-quality vinyl paint and then apply Vinyl Renu™ over the paint to protect it from fading.
What is the best Aluminum Siding Paint?
We recommend saving time and money by restoring the color of faded aluminum siding, metal siding, metal roofing, garage doors and front doors. Should you choose to paint your aluminum siding or other metal surfaces we recommend using the appropriate Sherwin-Williams paint.
Can I change the color of my shutters with Shutter Renu™?
No. You can paint them with high-quality vinyl paint and then apply Shutter Renu™ over the paint to protect it from fading. For shutter or siding we recommend choosing a paint that is safe for vinyl such as Sherwin Williams Super Paint. Before purchasing, ask the sales person if the color you want is safe for vinyl. This is a crucial step required before painting. Failure to use paint safe for vinyl could result in irreparable damage to your siding or shutters.
Is Shutter Renu™ paint?
No. Shutter Renu™ contains no pigments or colorants. It uses the physics of light scattering to give you a like new color to your surface.
What caused my shutters to fade?
Primarily, the harsh UV rays from the sun. Shutter Renu™ will help resist the UV rays from reaching your restored shutters keeping them beautiful for years.