by Lee Wyatt
(last updated January 11, 2016)
Aluminum is among the most popular choices for siding among homeowners. Part of the reason for this is that aluminum siding is long lasting, durable, and pretty low maintenance. Low maintenance, while very attractive, doesn't necessarily mean no maintenance. Even a durable material such as aluminum siding is going to need some care to keep it looking the best possible condition.
Instead of spending your entire weekend cleaning the siding of your home, do it as quickly and thoroughly as you possibly can. Here are a few simple guidelines that anyone can use to help reduce the amount of time that they spend cleaning, so you can increase your time doing things that you would rather do—like going swimming.
After washing the siding, allow the walls to dry and then inspect them. If there are any remaining stains, repeat the process. Done properly, this should dramatically cut down the time you spend cleaning your aluminum siding.
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