Use a lint-free cloth to clean window screens. Wet a soft, clean, lint-free microfiber rag or cloth in the cleaning bucket and wring out most of the water from the rag to prevent it from dripping. Use a damp cloth to gently clean the screen, paying special attention to any spots of dirt or excessive dirt. There are many ways to clean mosquito nets depending on the severity of the dirt, but to be on the safe side, it's important to thoroughly clean all the mosquito nets on windows and doors at least once a year, and there are some relatively simple methods for carrying out this unpleasant business.
Cleaning screens with a lint roller isn't always the most thorough way to clean them, but you can do it if the screens aren't too dirty or if you need to refresh them quickly. Allow the mosquito nets to dry completely or wipe them with a dry towel or microfiber before putting them back in place. Removing mosquito nets from windows should be a fairly simple process, and once you do, cleaning them will be much easier and more efficient.
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