While new windows can transform the look of your home, if they’re not offering you any other benefits, it can be hard to justify the expense. Fortunately, vinyl windows aren’t just attractive. While many people choose them for energy efficiency, keeping vinyl windows clean is easy too. Here’s what you need to know.
Wash with Soap
All you need is warm soapy water and a soft cloth or sponge. Choose a gentle soap, like dish soap. Avoid anything with bleach, alcohol or ammonia. Even when diluted with water, these harsh cleaners can have a negative effect on the vinyl. And skip the abrasive scouring pads.
Use a Soft Lint-Free Cloth to Dry
Your windows will be crystal clear as long as you use a lint-free cloth to dry them. That kind of drying cloth also shields the vinyl around your window from small scratches, too.
Avoid Excess Water
Although vinyl window frames are known for their durability, it’s important not to go overboard with the water and soak the window. Water can have a damaging effect on the building materials surrounding the window and introduce mold, mildew or rot. Once you’ve washed the window, be sure to dry the glass and frame thoroughly, and mop up any spilled water promptly.
Ready for No-Fuss Clean Vinyl Windows for Your Reardan Home?
Exteriors Unlimited delivers outstanding service to homeowners who want to improve their property with new home siding and vinyl window replacement. Our sales and installation teams are dedicated to your satisfaction, from beginning to end. We’ve spent nearly four decades building a reputation of excellence, and as a dedicated windows and siding contractor, we never subcontract our work. When you’re ready to increase your house’s curb appeal and your family’s comfort with clean vinyl windows that make your life easier, contact us for your free consultation.
Once You Discover How Easy It Is to Clean Vinyl Windows, You’ll See How Great They Are For Your Reardan Home
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