It's hard to have direct knowledge of any particular scam, because the
scam operators change the name, composition, etc. of their scam
product between iterations. That said, it's generally pretty easy to
spot a scam when you see one. The fact is that anything that says it's
"spray on" is a paint. Maybe a paint with some elastometric properties
that make it "vinyl-like", but still a paint. As such, you'll need to
RE-paint at regular intervals, it won't last for decades like "real"
vinyl siding, and it is of course subject to all the normal issues
with paint (poor adhesion, moisture damage from behind, etc.).
Eric Lee Green mailto: firstname.lastname@example.org
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