Use Warm WaterThe first thing that you should focus on is simple. Use warm water to clear up the fabric of your awnings. Do not let dirt, debris, and other elements cake onto the fabric. Cleaning on a monthly basis should help you with this and can help you ensure that the fabric is not too dirty. If you see that there is a bit of dust or any other debris building up you could always clean up before a monthly routine.
Deeper CleaningAwnings that are made of fabric and are stuck on a frame will require a bit of a deeper cleaning solution every now and again. To ensure that you are able to get focused cleaning you’ll want to use a light brush to dust and remove debris overall. Once you do this you can then apply water and use a very mild soap to clean stains. You can use a soft brush to get deeper cleaning with the fabric. You can use the cleaning options soak into the fabric a bit and then rinse it out completely. Let the fabric dry naturally and that’s it.
For Stubborn StainsThere are some stains that can embed themselves into the fabric a bit deeper than others. If you cannot get stains cleaned with the tips above you may need to use a harsher solution. Experts recommend bleach and soap to spot clean, especially when it comes to mildew. Hard chemicals will cause a bit of the awning’s fabric to become damaged. To limit that you may need to apply a protective finish option like scotch guard.
The best tip to pursue is to have your awnings clean and maintained with monthly cleanings. If all else fails, however, you may need to call in a professional to help you with getting harsh stains out and to ensure that your awning’s fabric gets clean and cleared with relative ease. Professionals can use pressure washers for instance which can send high pressure water streams to clean up dirt and debris overall.
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