How to Look After Your uPVC Windows.
UPVC windows require the smallest maintenance to keep them in top working order. Here are a few tips to help you to maintain your uPVC windows.
Cleaning uPVC Frames.
Clean your uPVC window frames at least twice a year. Firstly, start by opening your windows, using a small soft brush, loosen any gunk built-up on them. Once all gunk is loose, vacuum it. Secondly, fill a bucket of warm soapy water and use a microfibre cloth or soft cloth to wipe down your uPVC window frames. Take your time when cleaning the frames, try to get all around the edges of the windows. To prevent dye from staining your uPVC windows, refrain from using a coloured cloth.
How to Clean The Glass.
Your glass windows can be cleaned more often than the uPVC frames, anything up to eight times a year is ideal, but try to avoid cleaning your glass windows in direct sunlight, as it can leave streaky marks on your glass. Furthermore, think about wiping the whole glass window over to remove excess dirt before you clean them. A soft cloth and some warm soapy water can give a pleasing result.
Maintaining Handles And Hinges.
Spray oil is one option for maintaining working parts on your uPVC windows. Doing this to handles, hinges and some locks every 6 months may help to keep things running.
These few tips can help to maintain your uPVC windows over time.