Pt.Lisas : (868) 636-3112 or (868) 636-3113 Chaguanas : (868) 665-2097 Princes Town : (868) 223-8927
Arima: (868) 646-4469 or (868) 642-9294 Tunapuna:  (868) 645-6361
Duncan Village : (868) 657-9910
Diego Martin: (868) 637-0028
Penal: (868) 647-2541
Montrose: (868) 223-7571

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How do I clean my roof?

In many cases, washing the painted surface with clean water from a garden hose will remove most of the dirt and accumulated deposits. Ideally, washing should be done annually and more frequently in coastal areas where marine salt spray is prevalent or where high levels of industrial fallout occur. In cases where spray washing is ineffective in cleaning stubborn dirt a mild detergent can be used. In all cases, test a small unobtrusive area for color-fastness before cleaning large areas.

Using either solution, work from the top to the bottom of panels with a well-soaked soft cloth, sponge, brush with very soft bristles, or low-pressure spray washer to clean the surface. Washing from the top down avoids streaking. Application should be gentle. Abrasive cleaners or industrial solvents are not recommended, since they may damage the paint film. 

If mildew or other fungal growth is a problem and cannot be removed as described above, a detergent containing bleach is recommended. After cleaning the surface should be thoroughly rinsed with clean water to remove all traces of detergent.

NOTE - Never blend cleaners and bleach yourself. If bleach and detergent are required, use a mild detergent containing bleach.


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