Vinyl is still one of the most popular materials when it comes to the outdoor fence. They are considered the most durable option but still look so admirable and are offered at fairly affordable prices.
However, just like any other outdoor stuff, the vinyl fence may also get dirty, especially when you don’t clean it regularly. Of course, you don’t want to have a vinyl fence that looks so ugly.
No worries, you can use easily available supplies to clean up your fence all by yourself without hiring any pro. You can get the job done in no time without costing you a lot.
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Just keep scrolling to check out our guide on How to Clean Vinyl Fence below that you can use as an ultimate reference.
How to Clean Vinyl Fence
Prepare these supplies:
- Dishwashing liquid or mild detergent
Prepare these tools:
- Spatula or any stirrer
- Garden hose
- Large container
- Clean clothes or rags
- Soft-bristle brush
- Garden sprayer
- Plastic gloves
Follow these steps:
Mix your solution
Pour two gallons of clean water into the large container, and then add a cup of vinegar and some tablespoons of the mild soap. Use a spatula or wood stick to mix all the materials evenly.
The mixture of those supplies can easily remove stains. You can get those supplies easily without costing you a lot.
Wet the fence
Before cleaning the fence with the solution, you need to rinse down your vinyl fence. You can use a garden hose to wet the fence which is meant to clean up the loose dirt and soil. Don’t skip this step as it will ease you to further clean the fence.
Apply the solution
Prepare a soft cloth and soak it into the cleaning solution that you have made before. You might want to wear gloves since the solution may irritate your hands.
Rub the visible stains on the fence by using the soaked cloth in a circular motion or back and forth. Use a soft-bristle brush to remove the stains that the clothes can’t remove.
Rinse the fence
Use the garden hose to rinse the solution from the fence. Work your way in the horizontal direction so the solution can be rinsed easily. Make sure that you rinse as many stains as possible.
You can’t skip this step or the mixture of the cleaning solution and stains will build up. It will even make the fence much dirtier.
Inspect the fence
Once the fence is rinsed, inspect the surface of the fence. If you still see some stains, you might want to try a stronger cleaning solution that you can find in the nearest home improvement stores.
Alternatively, you can use the mixture of one gallon of water, five tablespoons of bleach, and three tablespoons of mild soap. Simply spray the fence with the solution, let it sit for around five minutes, and rinse it.