Cleaning your window glass and screens

Maintaining clean aluminum and fiberglass window screens helps your screens to last longer, and makes them easier to see out of from indoors.

Washing and cleansing the glass and screens in your windows and doors are quite simple if you recognize the trick. Below are a number of the basic tips that are tested to be very effective. Check them out and always keep them in mind whenever you’re feeling like doing window and screen cleaning.
When cleaning or washing the glass, continually use a soft, lint-free towel. You will use a microfiber diaper, a kitchen towel or linen napkins.
Don’t use ammonia-based cleaners product as they’ll leave streaks and often, produces a cloudy film that attracts unwanted moisture. It’s best to make your own cleaning solution with vinegar. simply combine a cup of white vinegar with ten cups of water and fill a spray bottle with it. This mixture is tested as effective as those solutions you’ll be able to purchase at stores.
Using the lint-free cloth, do the horizontal and vertical motions to wipe off the cleaner. Clean off promptly to keep the cleansing solution from settling into the glass and frame junction that might weaken the seal.
If there are visible streaks after cleansing, rinse it with clear water then wipe it dry and clean.
If there are some spots or marks at your glass created by grease, oil, crayons or adhesives, don’t scrape it off because it may harm your glass. Instead, apply a little bit of acetone or mineral spirits to a link-free cloth and rub it on the area wherever unwanted mark is spotted.
As for the screens, if the dust particles or dirt isn’t that much, simply use a vacuum with upholstery brush attachment. If there are grease (usually found at kitchen screens), use a sponge, mild detergent and hot water to wash it.
For additional cleansing tips and tricks, make certain to go to the following blog posts.



Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s