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Vinyl Fence Cleaning and Maintenance

Vinyl fence cleaning and maintenance of your white vinyl privacy fence is easier then you think! The first step in keeping your white vinyl fence looking bright and vibrant is adjusting your sprinkler heads to make sure that they are not over rotating and spraying directly onto the vinyl fence. Hard water stains are the hardest blemishes to remove once the iron starts staining your vinyl fence. It takes lots of elbow grease, sweat, and harsh chemicals which may void your manufactures warranty to clean it.

The second step is periodically rinsing your fence with a garden hose and wiping off any blemishes. This will only take 10-15 minutes and is very easy. We recommend doing this once a month.

If you follow these simple steps your white vinyl fence investment will last a very long time!

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  1. Thanks for mentioning that we should rinse vinyl fences with a hose every month to keep them in good shape. My husband and I like the idea of enclosing our backyard with a fence for privacy. I’m glad I read your article and learned how to properly care for the fence after the installation’s complete!

  2. I’m glad you explained that cleaning our fence with a hose and cloth can take as little as 10 minutes. My husband and I want to have a vinyl fence installed around our backyard before the weather heats up so we can have more privacy from our neighbors. I want a material that’s low-maintenance, so thanks for helping me see why vinyl would be a good choice!

  3. Thanks for those info. I can’t decide if I’m going to replace my vinyl fence into trex fencing. Can you tell which one is better? Well, I saw info about trex fencing but I’ve never tried it yet. What can you say?