By Phifer Mosquito Screens
Clean the screens periodically to remove dust, dirt, and debris that may accumulate on the surface. Use a soft brush or a vacuum cleaner with a brush attachment to remove the particles gently.
Here are some DIY maintenance tips to help you keep your mosquito screens in good condition:
For more thorough cleaning, prepare a mild soap solution using water and a few drops of liquid dish soap. Dip a soft cloth or sponge into the solution and gently scrub the screen. Avoid using abrasive cleaners or harsh chemicals that may damage the screen material.
After cleaning, rinse the screens with clean water to remove any soap residue. Allow the screens to air dry completely before reinstalling them. Avoid excessive scrubbing or pressure, as it may damage the screen material.
Regularly inspect the screens for any tears, holes, or loose edges. If you notice any damage, repair it promptly to maintain the integrity of the screen's insect protection.
If the damage is extensive or the screens are old and worn, consider replacing them with new ones. Replacement screens are relatively easy to install.
Minimize debris and vegetation around the exterior of your home, as they can attract insects and contribute to screen damage. Keep grass trimmed, remove standing water, and clear away any clutter near the screens.