Vinyl fences are an affordable way to improve the looks of your property. Maintenance is fairly simple with this material, especially when it comes to keeping it clean. Below are the steps you can take to completely clean the fence and have it looking like new.

Mix Cleaners and Gather Needed Items

Mix a tablespoon of dish soap and a tablespoon of borax in a small bucket. The borax will help the soap remove stubborn stains. Mold, lichen, and rubber from the tires of strollers and bikes can leave stains on the vinyl that are hard to remove. This cleaning mixture, a stiff bristle brush, and a little elbow grease will get the surface clean. Stretch out a small garden hose for rinsing the surface with clean water.

It is Skywatch Friday if there is still one running. I haven't joined any meme for so long, and am not going to do it anytime soon either. Life changes and finding time for blogging is difficult enough. I am floating now in the direction of currents.

I still love taking pictures of the sky, especially when the colors are so vivid like these ones in the photos. I still am amazed with it everyday but my enjoyment nowadays is just a quiet thought.

Have a great weekend! Registered & Protected

 Sometimes last year, I buried some dried coneflower heads in my garden and forgot all about it. When I saw the plant I was thinking that it was my blackeyed Susan that I had the year before.

To my surprise, with my anticipation, coneflowers started to show up.
Needless to say, I was very happy to see them growing strong and tall. I now have PINK CONEFLOWERS to enjoy for the rest of the summer. I love to grow flowers and vegetables from seeds whenever I can. Registered & Protected
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