Become the toast of the neighborhood with your sparkling screens.
We've never met a single soul who gets excited about the prospect of cleaning screens. It's a chore most of us put off until it can no longer be avoided—meaning you can't see out your windows. Not only do dirty screens obstruct your view, they can also affect the air quality that's filtered throughout your house.
There are lots of ways to clean screens depending on severity of the dirtiness, but just to stay on the safe side, it's important to deep clean all your window screens and door screens at least once a year— and there are some relatively easy methods to go about this unpleasant business. You can do a quick clean with a lint roller, or go super deep with a soapy bath and toothbrush. We even have you covered for those seemingly un-saveable rusty screens that you were just going to replace. And once you've embarked on this cleaning spree, you might as well read up on how to clean your dishwasher, the best grout cleaners to make your tiles look brand new, and how to get rid of black mold for good. You can take on these tasks while you wait for your screens to dry.