When beginning to clean your uPVC door, always start with the frame first.
Using a vacuum cleaner, gently vacuum around the edges of the frame, in the grooves, and the hinges. This will remove any resting dirt and dust, and will prevent that dirt from getting onto the frame after you’ve finished cleaning.
After you’re satisfied that all dirt has been removed, it’s time to grab your brush (preferably a handheld one for ease or a dusting brush) and brush away any build-up.
Next up, it’s time to use warm, soapy water (washing up liquid is usually sufficient). Using a soft cloth, gently wipe down the door frame. We recommend following a pattern to ensure that all areas are covered, and to start from the top and work your way downwards, which prevents dirt being moved around the frame.
Once the frame has been wiped down, it’s time to get some clean water and use a separate cloth to wipe down the frame again. This is to remove any bubbles or solution that might be leftover.
Finishing off the door frame, grab a dry cloth and gently dry the frame in circular motions. This will ensure there’s no streaks leftover and that you end up with a completely dry door.