Using a brillo pad or wire brush is a big no-no when it comes to cleaning your fence. Vinyl fences can scratch easily when rubbed with the wrong materials, creating small grooves where dirt and other stains can accumulate; ultimately making the fence appear dirtier. When cleaning a vinyl fence, choose microfiber cloths or Mr. Clean magic erasers. These non-abrasive scrubbers will be the perfect thing to take your fence from dim to delightful.
Finishing The Process: Always spray the fence with water/ a hose before you start your hands-on cleaning process, this will loosen any dirt, sand, or grime stuck to the fence. If you notice certain trouble spots not rinsing well, we suggest you add a pressurized nozzle to your hose. If that still isn’t enough, a pressure washer is sure to take care of anything your typical garden hose cannot.
The need to clean a fence isn’t talked about regularly, but once you see the grass stains and mold build-up, it will be hard not to want to take care of these ugly weather marks as often as possible. Keep your house and outdoor living space shiny and new with a weekly preventative maintenance plan. The best offense is a great defense, so keep on regularly cleaning that fence so the stains don’t build up past the point of no return!