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|Thinking about replacing your vinyl siding? Before you spend thousands on vinyl siding replacement, consider using Vinyl ReNu. Our Vinyl ReNu DIY kit both cleans and protects your vinyl siding, keeping it looking new for years.
Vinyl ReNu restores your old oxidized, dull and discolored vinyl siding to like new appearance. Vinyl ReNu will protect your vinyl siding from years of exposure to the elements including UV rays. Vinyl ReNu is also the solution if your vinyl siding is covered in mildew, mold, fungus, or other health-hazardous micro-organisms.
|Ships Out in 1 - 2 Business Days
- Made in USA
- Affordable alternative to vinyl siding replacement
- Protects new vinyl siding
- Each kit restores 1,200 square feet of vinyl siding
- Safe and environmentally friendly
- Registered with the EPA
- Makes faded vinyl look like new
- Dries in only 30 minutes
- Easy application
- Resists fading and oxidization
- Restores color and brilliance
- Forms a clear, protective shield
- Protects against UV rays
- Resists growth of mold, mildew, and fungus
Vinyl ReNu gives your home a brilliant new look by restoring your vinyl siding appearance to like new. This revolutionary product will potentially save you thousands in vinyl siding replacement costs and protects your vinyl siding for years to come.
You will also feel great knowing that you are doing your part for the environment - Vinyl ReNu is non-toxic and environmentally safe. Replacing your vinyl siding not only costs a small fortune, but forming the vinyl material produces significant carbon emissions. With Vinyl ReNu, you are helping to save the planet as well as the green in your wallet.
Vinyl ReNu works in 2 ways - the included cleaner removes oxidization, mold, mildew, and fungus from the surface of your vinyl siding. Then the Vinyl ReNu Surface Shield is applied to protect your vinyl siding from harmful UV rays and the elements. The Vinyl ReNu Vinyl Siding Do-It-Yourself Kit contains enough Vinyl ReNu formula to cover 1,200 square feet in 2 coats.
- 1 gallon container of Vinyl ReNu Cleaner
- 3 gallon containers of Vinyl ReNu Surface Shield
- Application instructions
|Vinyl ReNu Cleaner:
||1 gallon (3.79 L)|
|Vinyl ReNu Surface Shield:
||3 gallons (11.36 L)|
|Shipping Weight||40 lbs.|
|Application Surface Area||1,200 sq. feet (111.48 sq. meters)|
|Recommended Application Temperature||55° to 95° F (13° to 35° C)|
|Vinyl ReNu Cleaner Dilution Ratio||10:1 (10 parts water, 1 part Cleaner)|
|Vinyl ReNu Surface Shield Dilution Ratio||None; Vinyl ReNu Surface Shield may not be diluted|
"I recently had the vinyl siding on my house and garage treated with Vinyl ReNu. I am more than satisfied with the results. Up until now I had thought that faded chalking vinyl siding was beyond help, but after Vinyl ReNu, my siding actually looks brand new! It is truly amazing. Thanks!"
Park Rapids, MN
"It looks great. The vinyl siding is less than seven years old, and it was faded. There was also a lot of mildew on it. We had [our contractor] restore it this week. It looks really good. "
Coeur d'Alene, ID
"We had the house done in May of 2004. The vinyl siding and shutters look as new as when installed in September, 1981."
Frequently Asked Questions
- Why should I use Vinyl ReNu instead of painting my vinyl siding?
Painting requires much more effort and time and if not done perfectly, creates a mess in the form of paint splatters, spills, and overspray. In addition, paint may fill in the wood grain/embossing on your vinyl siding especially after two or more coats making your vinyl siding look like plastic or painted. Vinyl ReNu uses the latest in environmentally friendly chemistry to visually restore the color of your vinyl siding. Since paint simply covers the problem and fades over time, the cost of Vinyl ReNu is lower than painting and much better looking.
- What is Vinyl ReNu?
Vinyl ReNu is a revolutionary product that eliminates the need for replacement vinyl siding or painting. It uses the latest in environmentally friendly chemistry and actually restores the color of your faded vinyl siding rather than covering the fading as with paint. Vinyl ReNu does not contain any pigments and dries to a clear protective shield making it easy to apply to your vinyl siding.
- What causes vinyl siding to fade and oxidize?
UV radiation and acid rain are the primary causes of surface deterioration. The result is vinyl siding with a dull, chalky appearance. The surface is then subject to becoming brittle. The oxidation creates a rough surface that absorbs moisture, which makes it a perfect breeding ground for the growth of mold, mildew and fungus.
- What effect do cold and heat, or snow and ice have on Vinyl ReNu?
Vinyl ReNu is designed to withstand the extreme effects of ice, snow, cold and heat. Vinyl ReNu contains technology that allows the product to expand, contract and breathe as required by its environment.
- What is the difference between Shutter ReNu and Vinyl ReNu?
Shutter ReNu and Vinyl ReNu are exactly the same formula. The main difference between the products is the quantity they are packaged in. Vinyl ReNu is more economical for restoring vinyl siding than with Shutter ReNu. Also, only Shutter ReNu is covered by a 10 year warranty.
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|Did You Know...
The Jalousie window was one of the first attempts at combining the glass of
a window with movable louvered shutters.
The windows are constructed with horizontally mounted glass louvered slats that
butt against each other tightly when closed and rotate outward when cranked open.
These "louvered" windows were used along coastal regions of the United States
in the 60's and 70's, but have since gone out of fashion.