Cleaning greenhouse windows - That's how it's done


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If a lot of light gets into the greenhouse, the harvest becomes more productive. So in spring, swing the cleaning rags and clean the greenhouse windows.

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Cleaning is not for everyone, but when it comes to making the harvest more productive, most people like it. So if you have a greenhouse made of glass in the garden, then it is also occasionally necessary to clean the windows. After all, not only does normal dust and dirt settle on the windows, it can also cause calcification and algae. The result: through the dirty windows can not get enough sunlight inward, which is needed by the plants for good prosperity.

Clean the greenhouse in the spring

You can always clean your greenhouse all year round. However, spring is the best time to start, as you have not started to plant and therefore not the whole house is full. If you want to clean the windows at a different time, you will have a lot more work to do, as you will have to create the necessary space first - at least as far as cleaning from the inside is concerned. Reading tip: Greenhouse: basic equipment and useful accessories presented.

Cleaning the greenhouse in winter would also be extremely inconvenient, as you would then have to open the venting devices and then it would quickly become too cold in the greenhouse. It is therefore important to have the mildest possible and dry weather so that you can open windows and ventilation.

This is how greenhouse windows are cleaned

➤ Step 1:

First of all, do the cleaning of the glass fronts from the outside. If you own a steam jet, you can easily remove the coarse dirt with it. With this device you can also reach the places between the window panels where dirt settles. Alternatively, you can of course also wash the fronts with the garden hose.

➤ Step 2:

For a thorough cleaning, it is best to use a soft root brush or sponge and warm water to add a few drops of an environmentally friendly cleanser. If you can not reach higher places, you can also use a long broom. This also applies to the roof of the greenhouse.

➤ Step 3:

If there are stubborn lime deposits on the discs, you can either use a special lime cleaner or try vinegar essence. These can either be applied directly to the limescale deposits or you can put some of it in the lukewarm cleaning water.

Even with green coverings, you do not have to unpack the chemical lobe right away. Normally, they should also be easy to remove with a conventional window cleaner.

➤ Step 4:

After you have finished cleaning from the outside, proceed in the same way in the interior. In the course of cleaning, look for any leaks, oil the metal parts and treat rusty areas.

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