Vinyl fencing is a great way to bring curb appeal to your home, while providing privacy, and safety for animals and children. Just like any other product that’s left outdoors, vinyl fences are susceptible to algae, dirt, grime and other build-up. Cleaning a fence can be time consuming, however it’s a necessary maintenance, especially if you live in a HOA governed community. So how do you clean a vinyl fence? Read on to see our easy tips!
How to Clean a Vinyl Fence
My husband used to spend half a day using a pressure washer along our vinyl fence. It’s a convenient way to clean a fence, but very timely and the pressure washer uses a lot of water.
Recently, I suggested using one of the Mean Green cleaning products I received as part of my ambassadorship, instead of the pressure washer. Nate read over the Super Strength cleaner, which is recommended for tough grease, grime, soils and motor oil and decided to give it a try. He began spraying a portion of the fence that was full of algae and dirt, then used a dry wash rag to wipe it off.
No water, no harsh scrubbing – just the Mean Green Super Strength cleaner and a rag. Seems pretty easy, right?
Nate was amazed at how easy it was to clean, and kept saying how this was going to be a time saver on his quarterly fence maintenance. Needless to say he was pretty happy. The vinyl fence was cleaned within half the normal amount of time, and he was happy to get back to doing what he loves; watching football!
Check out the embarrassing before picture, and stunning after picture of one of our vinyl fence panels. Isn’t that impressive?
So, the next time you’re ready to clean a vinyl fence, consider picking up Mean Green’s Super Strength cleaner. You can find the full line of cleaners at Walmart, Lowe’s Home Improvement, and some dollar stores too.
Are you ready to save time on your next cleaning project?
Today’s post is partnered with Mean Green. All opinions are my own.