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How To Clean Your Vinyl Siding

This article explains how to clean vinyl siding. BestCan, your Ottawa renovation contractors know keeping a tidy home is important. Less clutter means that you’ll always be ready for entertaining, especially if friends/family happen to stop by. Another byproduct of a clean home is a healthier living environment for everyone. But as much as we tend to focus on what our homes look like on the inside, sometimes however, the exterior of the home is forgotten when it comes to cleaning. How our homes look like from the outside are also important!

Here are some great tips on how to clean vinyl siding, and keep your exterior looking clean:

Donna Schwartz from Bob Vila says ‘the best way is to use a soft cloth or an ordinary long-handled, soft-bristle brush. To prevent streaking, start at the bottom and work up towards the top of the house. When cleaning vinyl siding, remember to thoroughly rinse away any residue as you go.

Some good vinyl siding cleaner solutions include:

• 70% water, 30% white vinegar makes a great all-purpose vinyl siding cleaner that removes light mold and mildew stains.

• For a stronger solution, mix together one-third cup powdered laundry detergent, two-thirds cup powdered household cleaner, one quart liquid laundry bleach and one gallon of water.’ (Donna Boyle Schwartz, )

Here at BestCan your Ottawa home renovation professional, we can help your home look its best with new vinyl siding. Get a FREE estimate today!

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