May 25, 2007, Newsletter Issue #66: Hot Water and Vinyl Siding

Tip of the Week

If you want to stay out of hot water during house pressure washing, you don't want to use excessively hot water on vinyl siding. Water that is over 120 degrees can cause some types of vinyl to buckle, shrink and warp. One more thing, be careful in cold weather when you're pressure washing windows. Water over 180 degrees can crack some kinds of windows, such as lead depression era glass.

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