MAINTENANCE RULES OF ALUMINUM WINDOWS
When cleaning the glass, frame, fan and other broken aluminum windows, aluminum-clad wood doors and windows, use a soft cloth soaked in water or neutral detergent. Do not use ordinary soap and washing powder. Strong acid and alkali cleaners such as toilet cleaner will corrode the surface of the profile, thus ensuring that the glass, frame and other parts will not be scratched. Every three months, the grooves and sliding rails at the junction of the window sashes should be buried to prevent dust, sand, etc. from affecting the normal use of the hardware. It can be cleaned with soft hair or vacuum cleaner. When cleaning aluminum doors and windows, do not step on the aluminum frame, and do not pull the frame for support. It is easy to wear the doors and windows or accidents. Every three months, the hardware at the corners of broken aluminum windows and aluminum-clad wood doors and windows should be inspected, and the bolts should be tightened in time to replace damaged parts. Locate the vulnerable parts of aluminum alloy doors and windows such as shaft pins, wind braces, floor springs, etc., and check them frequently. Add lubricating oil regularly to keep them clean and flexible.