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How to Clean Outdoor Furniture

Patio FurnitureMost people leave their outdoor furniture exposed to the elements all year. This means that when summer rolls around, there is a buildup of dirt, moss and mildew which is not only unattractive, but a deterrent to those looking for a place to sit when outside. Paper towels and spray cleaner is not strong enough to clean your patio furniture when it starts to look dirty and grimy.

Cleaning Wrought-Iron and Plastic Furniture

To clean wrought-iron and plastic furniture, simple dish detergent should be enough. Mix dish detergent with water in a large bucket. Then, wet a microfiber cloth with the soapy liquid to wash the furniture. Start with the larger pieces first and then the smaller pieces such as plastic chairs. Once cleaning is complete, rinse off the dirty water and soap from the furniture with a garden hose and let air dry.
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How to Clean Outdoor Windows

No matter how high or how grimy, windows come clean using our Unger Professional™ window cleaning tools.  Different windows require different cleaning techniques.  Watch the video below to learn the correct way to clean your windows from the professionals at Unger.

How to Clean Large Windows

Window Cleaning Step 1Windows should be washed twice a year, but it’s a task that many people think they can’t do on their own. One reason that homeowners think it is so difficult to wash windows is because they don’t have the right tools.  You can clean windows easier, faster, and safer when you use the right tools. Unger Professional has a full line of ergonomically designed window squeegees and scrubbers that are available at many retail stores nationwide. As part of Unger’s patented Connect & Clean System™, all window scrubbers and squeegees fit securely on our telescopic poles for hard-to-reach window cleaning without a ladder.


Once you have the right tools, you need to use them correctly.  There is a simple way to clean large windows without leaving streaks behind.  Click here for an infographic that will help you learn how to clean large windows.

How to Clean up After a Flood

How to Cleanup After a FloodA flood is a devastating disaster in itself, but if left untreated, can lead to even further damage. Standing water and wet floors can quickly become a breeding ground for bacteria and mold if not cleaned up effectively.

Flood water may also contain sewage from overflowed or burst pipes, making it even more critical that you take the proper steps in protecting yourself and your family during the cleanup process.

Flood Cleanup – Before You Start:

  • Keep children and pets out of the area until flood cleanup is complete and you’ve determined it’s safe for them to enter the affected area.
  • Always wear rubber or other non-porous boots, gloves, and eye protection when working in the area.

Walk through the affected area to identify which items are salvageable and which are not.

  • While difficult to part with personal belongings, if they can’t be washed and disinfected you will need to remove and destroy them.
  • Common items that can’t be disinfected include mattresses, pillows, carpeting, rugs, books, cosmetics, baby toys, and upholstered furniture.
  • Drywall and insulation also can’t be disinfected after they come in contact with sewage or flood waters and should be removed and destroyed.

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