How to Clean uPVc Doors
Good afternoon everyone – I’m back with the fourth and final instalment of my ‘how to clean’ series, and today I’m focusing on uPVC doors.
Upgrading your doors to uPVC not only provides security, safety and protection against the elements, but uPVC is also extremely low maintenance compared to other materials out there. It does, however, require some attention at least twice a year to make sure that your doors are in the best possible condition.
Cleaning the frames and glass of your doors may seem like a huge job but if you follow our quick guide on how to clean uPVC doors, your house will be looking better in no time!
All you will need when it comes to cleaning uPVC doors is a bucket of warm, soapy water and a non-abrasive cloth. You don’t want to be using anything too harsh as it could damage the glass and frames of your door.
Wash down your door with warm soapy water and a clean cloth. You may also need a liquid cleaner if there are any stubborn stains to remove.
When it comes to cleaning the glass, you can either use your warm soap water and a cloth or a clear liquid glass cleaning spray. Make sure to wipe away any residue as you don’t want to be left with streaky looking glass.
Any window or door furniture should also be wiped down with a damp cloth.
As you can see, cleaning your uPVC doors couldn’t be easier! Penny and I hope that you can be admiring your gleaming doors, and don’t forget that we’ve also posted guides on how to clean uPVC windows, sash windows and conservatory roofs.
Love, Kenny x