Tips On How To Clean Window Screens Of Your Austin Home

by Kyle Ray

If you’ve cleaned the windows yourself or had a professional residential window cleaning Austin company come out but the windows are still looking dirty, it could be a few things but a common culprit are the screens. Screens are great for being able to open your windows on those rare Texas days that really make you want to turn the AC off and open up all the windows, without letting all the insects inside at the same time. Another thing they’re great for is trapping dust on the screen itself and keeping the dust and dirt in between the screen and the glass, causing the lower part of the window to get dirty faster than the top section. So, if you don’t want to use a professional service like Geek Window Cleaning, you can lean how to clean window screens by yourself.

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Here’s a few tips on how to clean window screens yourself if you don’t have us or another company clean them for you.

  • Decide where you’re going to clean the screens, pick a place where water doesn’t pool, otherwise you could end up standing in a puddle. Remove all the screens and stack them up against a wall or fence for easy access, if you want you can mark your screens so you know where they go once cleaned (pro tip, separate first floor from second floor).
  • Decide where you’re going to clean the screens, pick a place where water doesn’t pool, otherwise you could end up standing in a puddle. Remove all the screens and stack them up against a wall or fence for easy access, if you want you can mark your screens so you know where they go once cleaned (pro tip, separate first floor from second floor).
  • Decide where you’re going to clean the screens, pick a place where water doesn’t pool, otherwise you could end up standing in a puddle. Remove all the screens and stack them up against a wall or fence for easy access, if you want you can mark your screens so you know where they go once cleaned (pro tip, separate first floor from second floor).
  • Decide where you’re going to clean the screens, pick a place where water doesn’t pool, otherwise you could end up standing in a puddle. Remove all the screens and stack them up against a wall or fence for easy access, if you want you can mark your screens so you know where they go once cleaned (pro tip, separate first floor from second floor).
Window screens - Geek Window Cleaning
  • Decide where you’re going to clean the screens, pick a place where water doesn’t pool, otherwise you could end up standing in a puddle. Remove all the screens and stack them up against a wall or fence for easy access, if you want you can mark your screens so you know where they go once cleaned (pro tip, separate first floor from second floor).
  • Decide where you’re going to clean the screens, pick a place where water doesn’t pool, otherwise you could end up standing in a puddle. Remove all the screens and stack them up against a wall or fence for easy access, if you want you can mark your screens so you know where they go once cleaned (pro tip, separate first floor from second floor).

Once you’ve completed this for all the screens and they are 90-100% dry, go ahead and re-install them. If you have us come out for a window cleaning be sure to add this service and we’ll take care of it for you so you don’t have to work on a hot Texas day.

Tips On Cleaning Your Austin House Window Screens | Geek Window Cleaning