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How To Get Your Conservatory Looking Spotless With A Spring Clean

It’s been a LONG time coming for everyone, but spring has finally arrived! We can look forward to longer days and better weather after what was a really difficult winter. 

And, you know what it also means – it’s time that you gave your house its annual spring clean. 

Admittedly, it’s not the most enthralling of jobs, but it’s always worth doing, and it will give you a nicer living space through until the summer. 

When spring cleaning, don’t omit your conservatory, if you have one. That needs just as much of a scrubbing and sprucing up as anywhere else.

Put on your cleaning gear, with cleaning kit to hand, and bring a spring sheen to your conservatory, inside and out, like so:

  • Begin with the interior. Open all windows and doors as your starting point to allow some fresh air to come in. 
  • Then, take outside any rugs from your floors, and throws, covers and cushions from your furniture so that they can be beaten down to remove any dust from them. Whilst they’re out of the way, you can do some hoovering and mopping. 
  • There will probably be some fingermarks on the glass if you have children or pets. A cleaning agent and cloth should be enough to get them out of the glass, and also out of any wooden or glass furniture.
  • If your conservatory has UPVC or aluminium framework, clean it down with hot, soapy water and a sponge. Use a squeegee to ensure no streaks are left on the glass when doing this.
  • Find a set of ladders tall enough for you to inspect any guttering. If there are any leaves in there, take them out as they can cause blockages, and from that, water damage may occur.

The conservatory should look, smell and feel like new once you have finished, and you should get far more natural light entering into the space.

Pennine can organise a conservatory installation for you if all this talk of this popular home extension is making you envious. Talk to us remotely from home, if you like, with a Virtual Appointment.

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