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Old 08-21-2009, 10:31 AM   #41
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Whats that dudes deal? I can see playing around 1 or 2 or times. Does he actually think his chit doesnt smell?
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there is a vinyl formula that u have to use make sure u say that ur painting vinyl siding
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Old 08-23-2009, 08:24 PM   #43
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Is that that guy that was claiming to be tgr pres of the PDA?
What name was he posting under then?
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I would never try to go with a darker color over vinyl siding. It will buckle the siding. I dont care what the label says about "Vinyl safe colors" I dont trust it. Just like I dont buy the "Self priming" thing or "Lifetime warranty" "One coat coverage", etc. Vinyl siding expands and contracts a lot with the heat. A darker color will cause it to expand even more. I realize this is an old post. Im not even sure if they still sell the "Vinyl safe colors" anymore ?
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Sorry, no experiences on "Vinyl Safe", but I couldn
t resist this:

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So fighting the urge for an ad hominem attack. Let me be the first to suggest that you make an effort to contribute positively to the community; you will probably find you get out what you put in.
Very reserved. I am impressed.
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What a croc i wouldnt use ANY friggin paint thats darker than the siding regardless of what they say.
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Duration is a heavy bodied paint. Maybe that was the case.
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obviously,You do not know what you are doing. but, your very fortunate because I am going to help. First off if it were me my sw rep would have the siding replaced in heart beat.but, that's because I do so much business with them they would not question what I say. you are different, not quite on my level, not many painters are, so don't feel bad about that, that's just life. Now as I'm sure you don't know the molecular molecules in the paint are not compatible with vinyl, therefore you have infused the siding with an unstable reactor (paint). what you need to do is reverse this process by seperating the reactive solids from the non active liquids this is a very complicated process and I'm afraid I can't tell you anymore for fear of blowing your mind! just trust me it's serious.

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Duration is a heavy bodied paint. Maybe that was the case.

So it's the wight of the paint causing the problems?
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For all those who replied about not all colors are vinyl safe...this is true. Find out what color it was, check and see if it is on the vinyl safe chart, and if not, just ask SW to help you fix it. It's not SW fault if you picked a color not on the chart, but if they are like my store, they like to help people
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You are not supposed to paint any darker that the existing color of the vinyl.
YEP!!!!!!!!!!


NEVER, EVER paint vinyl with a color darker than the original or the heat will warp it!!!!!!!!!
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