How to Clean PVC Vinyl Fence

Jason Ardell

Do you want your fence to look good for many years to come? I know I do and that is how this topic came to my attention. I was out for a drive a few days ago and came across the dirtiest vinyl fence I have ever seen. It kind of bugged me because I want their fence to look like new for years to come, even though they did not buy it from us. 🙂 I want to help you protect your investment and have a fence that lasts your lifetime.

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It is easy to have your vinyl fence look like new for many year to come. Basically the only maintenance is to keep it clean. A simple wash with a garden hose once or twice a year will usually be the only thing you will have to do. If you have a stubborn stain a simple cleaning solution with a mild soap will usually do the trick. Graffiti  is also able to be removed from vinyl fencing. If the cleaning solution and a little elbow grease does not remove the graffiti use a 400 grit sandpaper.

There are some different cleaning solutions and opinions on removing dirt and stains. Always do a test spot in a inconspicuous spot before cleaning a large area of your fence. For more information look at the resource centre on our website under care and maintenance. Also, feel free to call or email with any questions.

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