How to Clean Eze-Breeze Vinyl Windows
Eze-Breeze vinyl window panels are durable and provide a UV-resistant view. They're ideal for decks and porches, and offer a customizable floor-to-ceiling view. Dirt and dust can build up on your Eze-Breeze vinyl windows, and they require a thorough cleaning twice yearly.
Use mild cleaning products to protect and restore your vinyl windows. The window panels slide up and down for ease of removal and to provide ventilation. With the proper cleaning technique, you can restore clarity to your Eze-Breeze vinyl windows.
Things You Will Need
- Vacuum, with brush attachment
- Garden hose
- Soft cloths
- Mild laundry detergent or oil soap
Vacuum the interior window frames with a brush attachment to remove loose dirt and debris.
Spray the exterior of the windows with a garden hose to rinse off any dirt.
Lift the bottom three panels to the top panel, and pull them all down at once to release the pressure catch. Lower them to the bottom gently.
Release the side latches on the front window panel and tilt it inward. Rest it on a chair. Do this for each panel, resting each one on top of the previous one.
Dampen a cloth with water and wipe off the top of each panel to remove excess dirt and debris. Rinse the cloth with clean water when necessary.
Fill a bucket with 1 gallon warm water and one cap-full of mild laundry detergent or oil soap.
Dip a cloth into the solution and wring it out. Wipe the top of each panel with the solution to remove any dirt and protect the vinyl. As you clean each panel, slide it back into the track and lift it up to its previous position. There's no need to rinse.
Rinse the inside of the window panels using a clean cloth dampened with water.
Clean tough dirt or residue with a new bucket of warm water and detergent or oil soap.
Dry the panels with a cloth.
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