remove latex from vinyl siding?
Here’s some methods: https://www.google.ca/amp/s/www.tcsidingprofessionals.com/blog/siding/methods-you-can-use-to-remove-paint-from-your-vinyl-siding/amp/
looks like a huge job!
Perhaps this information will help:
Try making a paste with dish soap and baking soda. Gently scrub the paste into the paint. If that doesn't work, try Goo Gone. but test it in an inconspicuous spot first.
Here's another link with more info
latex paint should come off with a little scrubbing and or your fingernail or a plastic scraper with warm water.
With a thin plastic putty knife, scrape off some of the latex paint. This will give you point to begin from. Take your time and scrape off as much latex paint as possible using the plastic putty knife.
Rubbing alcohol on a clean cloth, then scrub until you get off as much as possible. Then a mild detergent.
here is some info that can help you out
Lots of articles seem to recommend laundry detergent. http://www.howtocleanstuff.net/how-to-remove-paint-from-vinyl-siding/
Mix a few drops of mild laundry detergent (bleach-free basic detergent, such as Woolite or Dreft) with water in a bowl. Dip a cloth of soft-bristle scrub brush in the soapy water, then gently scrub off the paint. If the paint spot is small, an old toothbrush or nail brush can work well.
Hi Tom: Is it just bits or a whole lot? Never-the-less, check these sites:
This one has loads of information:
Give laundry cleaner a try - seems to be the most helpful.
Will try that, thank you for your idea.
Hi! Power washing is one option. Use a soft bristle brush on any tough areas. Good luck!
Thank all of you folks for taking the time to answer my question and offer assistance.