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How Can I Clean Stainless Steel Window Screen?

Release date:[2014-8-12]     Hit Count:[]   

Window screening includes galvanized iron wire netting, enameled iron wire netting, aluminum wire netting, fiberglass window screening, stainless steel wire netting and so on. Among all these kinds of window screenings, stainless steel window screen is one of the most important one. It is also called stainless steel insect screen, stainless steel window screening, which is extensively used in today's life.

The initial cost of stainless steel insect screening is a little higher than aluminium. While the long service life expectancy is worthy of the investment. This kind of insect window screen is mainly used on windows and doors to against insects. Also it is used for industrial purposes, sieves, filters and others. The specifications include 14*14mesh, 16*14mesh, 16*16mesh, 18*16mesh, 18*18mesh, 18*14mesh, and the wire diameter generally is BWG 31or BWG 32. Clean stainless steel window insect screens are a vibrant black that make the house look clean and well-tended. Because window screening collect dust in the mesh from the air. This makes the mesh look dusty and reduces visibility through the screen. Clean window screening means to remove the soil that has collected on the mesh.

* Remove From Window
There are a variety of types of window screens. Remove most styles of window screening by sliding the mechanism on each side of the bottom of the screen frame, then lift the screen in its track and pull out by the bottom of the frame. Take your time removing the screen to prevent damage to the fiberglass mesh. They can tear easily if they are rubbed against a sharp surface, so be careful where you place them and how they are carried.

* Wash
Place the stainless steel window screens in a tub or clean outside. Mix a bucket of warm soapy water. Use a cleaning rag to wash the black mesh screen. If possible, lay the window screening mesh on a flat surface so there is no risk of pushing the screening out of the screen track. Wash gently to remove the soil from the screen. Start from the top and rinse with clear water to remove the soap and remaining soil. Gently dry with a towel or allow to dry in a sunny location. If the screening is loose, use a screening roller to press the gasket holding the screen back into place. If you do not have a screening roller, use a narrow flat-edged tool, such as a flat screwdriver, to carefully press the screen gasket back into position in the track.