HOW TO CLEAN SCREEN DOORS
Your screen doors bring the fresh air and beautiful scenery of the outdoors into your home. To keep the air flowing and reduce allergens, it's best to clean them at the beginning and end of each season. Hosing them down will remove dust, but it won't remove built-up dirt, dead bugs, tree sap, fungus, mold or other outdoor debris.
Deep cleaning with ammonia can irritate your eyes, respiratory tract and skin. Dish soap may be a safer option, but it may not be strong enough to wash away the caked-on dirt and debris, plus it's harder to rinse away.
Simple Green All-Purpose Cleaner easily removes built-up dirt and dust and leaves behind a light sassafras scent.
Use a screwdriver to remove the screens for the best clean. Be sure you don't twist or bend the frames. Put loose rollers or tension springs in a bowl or pan. Don't lose them!
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