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Pool Screen Enclosure Cleaning by ED Aluminum Construction in Orlando, FL
Pool screen enclosure cleaning tips and tricks

Just like any other structure, your pool screen enclosure needs periodic maintenance to extend its lifespan and keep it looking as good as new. Here are some pool screen enclosure tips and tricks that you can make use of.

Manual Cleanup

Pool screen enclosures serve the key purpose of keeping out dust, debris, pollen and other things that can ruin your swimming pool. However, pool screen enclosures can themselves become dust-encrusted in the process of protecting your pool.

You will need a washing solution and a fair amount of elbow grease to clean up your pool screen enclosure every now and then to keep it in pristine condition.

Here is what you will need: a soft-bristled brush, garden hose, dish soap and a bucket of water. Add dish soap till the water becomes foamy and frothy. Dip the brush inside and gently scrub your pool screen enclosure with it to wash off the grime.

It appears simple in theory, but in real life, it can be very challenging. Hard to reach areas will present the greatest difficulty. You will need a power washer to reach these areas. Be very careful since excessive pressure can damage your pool screen enclosure. You will also need to take care that you don’t fall down and injure yourself while reaching out for the trouble spots.

Algae and Moss

Cleaning up algae and moss is even harder. While vinegar and bleach are known to work, they may also damage your pool screen enclosure if used the wrong way. You will need to start with a very dilute mixture (to avoid damage) and try it out in a small area to see if it washes off algae and moss without damage.

Having problems cleaning up your pool screen enclosure? We would be glad to help you out.

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