It is important that you clean your conservatory at least twice a year. This will help it stay clean and clear, but it will also avoid the build up of dirt, debris and grime which can lead to a damaged conservatory if not dealt with! In this blog post we have put together the do’s and don’ts of conservatory cleaning. While we know that cleaning your conservatory can be a time consuming task, ensuring it is done in the right way, with the right tools and techniques, will ensure you same time and money in the long term. Have a look at our do’s and don’ts of conservatory cleaning to help you complete a safe and proper job of cleaning your conservatory. Do’s of Conservatory Cleaning
Clean your gutters out as when they block and overflow this can cause damage to your conservatory and your gutters.
Take the time to clean the inside and outside of your conservatory, all windows and doors included.
Check the locks and hinges on your conservatory windows and doors. Clean off any debris and check if they need extra oil to keep them in good working order.
If there are large debris, twigs, branches on your conservatory roof you will need to clear this off to reduce the risk of damage to your conservatory.
If you’re cleaning your conservatory yourself, we would recommend you do it on an overcast day to avoid smears and smudges on a hot and sunny day.
Don’ts of Conservatory Cleaning
Avoid using harsh or spirit-based cleaners as they can damage the uPVC of your conservatory.
Have the right tools for the job. If you use abrasive sponges or brushes they can damage the conservatory plastic so it can’t be repaired.
Try not to use pressure washers as these can damage the seals of your conservatory.
If you have children, pets or elderly people around make sure you don’t leave any ladders, chemicals or trip hazards lying around.
If you’re worried about cleaning your conservatory, you don’t have the tools or you just don’t have the time – call us. We are professional conservatory cleaners and can professionally clean your conservatory for you, twice a year as required.