DIY Cleaning Tips

How to make a diffrence within your means and budget.



Marcus Hegarty

Director @ Mc Pressure Washing LTD

How to use a conservatory roof cleaner the right way.

Depending on the roof types is what determines the right product and depending on what is the concern determines what product to use to eliminate.

Wet and forget is the best chemical for treating algae/moss but takes several hours to work effectively. It does the work for you. The best way to apply is using a garden sprayer with the ratio 1:5 with water.

You apply the product and it starts to eat away at the spores and eliminate them. Give a nice rinse after a few hours and it will leave a clean and tidy finish moss/algae free. It can be used on UPVC Windows, and the roof making the job simple.

The easiest product to use which is more quicker would be to use soapy water and using a telescopic pole with a soft brush used for sills and glass and simply brush away unwanted marks and debris.

If however the marks are to stubborn we would advise a pressure washer on the correct setting which will help to remove the marks and restore the Conservatory leaving a clean and tidy finish.

There are also different UPVC cleaners that can be used to clean the frames and sills these are pretty basic and leave instant results. Google the question and add some info or tweak what I have said abit, Different chemicals for different issues I guess. Cloths and sponges can be useful but would be difficult to reach high areas. So the pole that can extend and attach a brush on to it would be most suitable.




DIY Cleaning Tips

How to make a diffrence within your means and budget.

Marcus Hegarty

Director @ Mc Pressure Washing LTD

How to use a conservatory roof cleaner the right way.

Depending on the roof types is what determines the right product and depending on what is the concern determines what product to use to eliminate.

Wet and forget is the best chemical for treating algae/moss but takes several hours to work effectively. It does the work for you. The best way to apply is using a garden sprayer with the ratio 1:5 with water.

You apply the product and it starts to eat away at the spores and eliminate them. Give a nice rinse after a few hours and it will leave a clean and tidy finish moss/algae free. It can be used on UPVC Windows, and the roof making the job simple.

The easiest product to use which is more quicker would be to use soapy water and using a telescopic pole with a soft brush used for sills and glass and simply brush away unwanted marks and debris.

If however the marks are to stubborn we would advise a pressure washer on the correct setting which will help to remove the marks and restore the Conservatory leaving a clean and tidy finish.

There are also different UPVC cleaners that can be used to clean the frames and sills these are pretty basic and leave instant results. Google the question and add some info or tweak what I have said abit, Different chemicals for different issues I guess. Cloths and sponges can be useful but would be difficult to reach high areas. So the pole that can extend and attach a brush on to it would be most suitable.


DIY Cleaning Tips

How to make a diffrence within your means and budget.

Marcus Hegarty

Director @ Mc Pressure Washing LTD

How to use a conservatory roof cleaner the right way.

Depending on the roof types is what determines the right product and depending on what is the concern determines what product to use to eliminate.

Wet and forget is the best chemical for treating algae/moss but takes several hours to work effectively. It does the work for you. The best way to apply is using a garden sprayer with the ratio 1:5 with water.

You apply the product and it starts to eat away at the spores and eliminate them. Give a nice rinse after a few hours and it will leave a clean and tidy finish moss/algae free. It can be used on UPVC Windows, and the roof making the job simple.

The easiest product to use which is more quicker would be to use soapy water and using a telescopic pole with a soft brush used for sills and glass and simply brush away unwanted marks and debris.

If however the marks are to stubborn we would advise a pressure washer on the correct setting which will help to remove the marks and restore the Conservatory leaving a clean and tidy finish.

There are also different UPVC cleaners that can be used to clean the frames and sills these are pretty basic and leave instant results. Google the question and add some info or tweak what I have said abit, Different chemicals for different issues I guess. Cloths and sponges can be useful but would be difficult to reach high areas. So the pole that can extend and attach a brush on to it would be most suitable.