Glass

Any conventional detergent or glass cleaner can be applied to clean our windows. For maximum results, a soft cloth should be used thoroughly to satisfy all window-related needs.

Try avoiding cleaning your glass in direct sunlight, as it causes cleaners to dry up too quickly, leaving unwanted streaks. A preferable alternative would be to clean your windows in cloudy or shady conditions using solution such as Windex. Decals and dried debris can be removed with a new single edged razor blade, wetting the glass first with cleaner.


Vinyl

The benefit of our vinyl windows is that they don’t require any touch-ups. To make sure there aren’t any blemishes appearing on the windows, avoid using high-pressure washer, or harsh abrasive cleaners, because they could affect the surface appearance of the vinyl such as chlorine bleach, liquid grease remover, strong soaps, detergents containing organic solvents, nail polish remover, and furniture polish/cleaner.


Wood

For wood grain finishes, use mild household cleaners. Do not use harsh abrasive cleaners on these surfaces. Use a Mr.Clean, Magic Eraser on hard clean areas.


Screen

Due to the structure of most window screens, a simple mixture of soap and warm water will easily remove any filth or debris that has built up. Afterwards, ensure that you rinse away your chosen cleaning agent, wipe the screen down with a soft cloth before reinstalling it.