In the summer, Fiberglass Insect Mesh is a must-have for keeping indoors ventilated, cooling down, and preventing mosquitoes. However, over the past year, the window screens are covered with dust and greasy. There must be a lot of bacteria on the screens. In the summer, the window screen is directly intimately contacted with the interior. Its cleanliness will affect the indoor air. The dirt and bacteria that it breeds may become a potential killer for human health.
Fiberglass Insect Screen Factory recommends that you focus on replacing the screens before the summer to ensure they are clean and tidy. In general, stainless steel screens are of good quality and durable. If the house is still under renovation, you may wish to choose a detachable screen window such as invisible screens for easy cleaning. After the new screens are installed, the screens should be thoroughly cleaned at least during the fall. This is because, after a summer rain and mosquitoes, the dust in the window screen has accumulated a lot. At this time, the cleaning is to prepare for the fall. The detachable Fiberglass Insect Mesh should be removed and thoroughly cleaned. Fixed window screens require a certain method of cleaning. You can use a watering can with a soft brush (or soft cloth, sponge), add soapy water, detergent, etc.
In addition, many people also choose to use the batter to clean. This is done by first soaking the Fiberglass Insect Screen and then repeatedly pasting the finished batter until the visible dust in the mesh sticks out. During the cleaning process, also pay attention to moderate strength, so as not to reduce the service life of the screen by too much force.