How To Clean Your Garage Door

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    How To Clean Your Garage Door

    Your
    garage door is a big investment for your home. It is also a big
    investment if you need to replace or repair it. While garage doors do
    not last forever, you can prolong their lifespan by taking care of
    them properly. That means regularly cleaning your garage door. In
    fact, if you regularly clean and maintain your garage door, it will
    typically last at least 20 years. Keep reading to learn more about
    cleaning your garage door and how Carroll Garage Doors can help you
    keep your home looking great.

    Supplies You Need to Clean Your Garage Door

    If
    you are going to clean your garage door you should make sure you have
    the proper supplies. You will need a cleaning solution, like a mild
    detergent. Dishwasher or car wash soap are both good options. You
    will also need a bucket to mix the soap with water to achieve a good
    ratio for cleaning. Keep in mind that you never want to add bleach to
    the cleaning solution because it can stain your garage door.

    In
    addition to the bucket and soap, you will need some non-abrasive
    sponges and cloths. You want to make sure that they are non-abrasive
    so you do not need to risk damaging the finish of your garage door.
    Last, but not least, you will also need a step-ladder so you can
    reach the higher areas.

    Cleaning Your Garage Door

    When
    it is time to start cleaning, remember that you shouldn’t be afraid
    to put some elbow grease into it and scrub hard. You should also
    scrub weatherstripping and the door trim as well to prolong the life
    of those…

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