If you’re installing a vinyl fence this Autumn, you need to make sure you know how to clean it properly. Vinyl fencing is a great fence because it’s virtually maintenance free but maintenance free does not mean dirt-free.
The elements of your environment can take toll on your vinyl fence and leave scuff marks, paint residue and other damages.
To clean your vinyl fence properly , all it takes is a good hose down to rinse the fence with water. For heavy mud or dust buildup, go for a pressure washer and a scrub.
To remove scuff marks, use a wedge shaped pencil eraser and rub it over the scuff marks like you would erase pencil from paper.
If you need to remove paint, use a plastic scraper to try to lift the paint off without damaging the fence. If the paint does not disappear, apply a thin coat of paint thinner and use an absorbent rag to wipe the paint away.
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