I’ve always found that keeping my garage door clean not only improves its overall appearance but also helps maintain its functionality. The first step is to gather all the necessary supplies: a soft-bristle brush, a bucket of warm soapy water, a hose, and a ladder if needed.
Starting at the top, I gently brush away any loose dirt or cobwebs using long sweeping motions. Then, I dip my brush into the soapy water and scrub the surface of the garage door, paying extra attention to areas with stains or built-up grime.
Next, I rinse the door thoroughly with the hose, making sure to remove all the soap suds. While rinsing, I also check for any areas that may require additional cleaning or repairs. Once the door is completely rinsed, I use a clean cloth to dry it off and prevent water spots.
To give the garage door a finishing touch, I inspect the hinges, tracks, and hardware for any rust or loose parts. If needed, I apply a lubricant to ensure smooth operation. Finally, I step back, admire my clean garage door, and take pride in my accomplishment.
Inspect the garage door for dirt, debris, and dust.
Use a broom or brush to sweep away any loose dirt and debris.
Mix a solution of warm water and gentle detergent.
Use a sponge or cloth soaked in the solution to scrub the garage door panels.
Rinse the garage door with clean water and allow it to air dry.