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Q: How do I keep my PVCu windows clean?

A: PVCu naturally attracts dirt and grime from the atmosphere, whether you are living near a busy road or in a more rural surrounding. It is therefore recommended that you clean your PVCu frames on a regular basis, every 4 to 6 months being the optimum.
Method: NON ABRASIVE and SOLVENT FREE cleaners are recommended, or even just a soapy solution, any other cleaners may affect the surface of your frames, causing tiny scratches and dulling the profile. A soft cloth is also recommended against an abrasive scrub. Once you have cleaned with your chosen detergent, rinse clean and wipe over with a dry clean cloth.
When opening the sashes on your doors and windows you will notice some channels, which over time collect dirt and grime. A wipe over with a damp cloth and the removal of any deposits is recommended every 4 to 6 months.