By Camille from East Hampton, CT
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I have found that by using a hand held soft brush (as in the photo), you can rid your window screens of that pesky dust in just seconds. No washing required.
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I am looking for tips for cleaning outdoor screens and windows.
Sally from Glendale, AZ
i use a bucket of water & dishwashing liquid or washing powder & a broom to clean the screens with.take them off before cleaning.to clean windows get a bucket of water with vinager in it & use a squeegie with sponge on it ,comes up cleaner then using commercial products & doesn't leave marks.
I clean my outside windows with a sponge mop & a squeegee, under the same mindset of the window washers at the gas station.
Mop first, then wipe clean....just be careful for streaking.
A simple cloth with dish soap and water rung out... Use the cloth on the screen... wiping it down should do the trick.
I put mine in the kitchen sink or bathtub and wash with some type general cleaner and sponge or cloth.