How to Clean Oil-Based Stains Off Pella Windows
The Pella Co., headquartered in Pella, Iowa, offers a wide range of windows and doors for the home. Oil-based stains on Pella windows can occur from grease splatter that reaches a kitchen window to sweaty palms or fingers creating marks on the glass. Oil-based stains require an acid to break down the oil and remove it from the window. After washing stains, remove the oily residue with white vinegar.
Fill a spray bottle with one cup white vinegar and the rest with water. Fill a bucket with one tsp. liquid dish soap and water.
Wash the oil-based stains from the Pella windows with the soapy water and a large sponge. Rinse the windows with clean water and the sponge. Dry the windows with a clean rag.
Spray the windows generously with the vinegar solution. Dry the windows with a lint-free cloth, working from the top of the window down.
Inspect the window for any streaks. Spray the window again if any streaks remain and wipe clean.
Things You Will Need
- Spray bottle
- White vinegar
- One tsp. liquid dish soap
- Lint-free cloth
- Cover pots when frying foods to keep grease splatter to a minimum.