Maintenance skills of aluminum alloy doors and windows in winter

- Nov 25, 2020-

In winter, cold rain and snow hit, aluminum alloy doors and windows also need to be maintained as the weather changes. So, how do we maintain broken aluminum doors and windows?

1. Push and pull the windows gently, because the temperature is low in winter, the windows are easy to freeze, and excessive force will damage the hardware accessories of the doors and windows.

2. Regularly check the hardware fittings of the windows to see if they are loose, especially high-rise residents must pay attention to prevent falling objects from high altitudes and harm others.

3. In spring, autumn and winter, pay attention to indoor ventilation, maintain indoor temperature, and keep doors and windows at normal room temperature.

4. Do not open doors and windows often with hands with water stains or other solutions to avoid discoloration of the door locks. When opening doors and windows or changing door lock handles, do not use excessive force, as this will reduce the service life of door and window locks. If you find frequently moving hardware accessories such as hinges and door locks, tighten them immediately when they become loose.

5. In winter, the indoor temperature should not be too high (it is advisable to keep it at about 20 degrees). When using electric heaters or other heating equipment, keep away from doors and windows to prevent the surface color or coating from fading or falling off due to overheating.

6. Do not rub the edges and corners of doors and windows frequently to avoid fading and damage to the finishing materials at the edges and corners.

7. Cleaning should be carried out on schedule. When removing dust and cleaning the exterior stains of doors and windows, wipe it with a soft cloth after dampening. If the stains are too heavy, use toothpaste or a special furniture cleaning agent. Wipe clean immediately after decontamination.

8. When using doors and windows, you must not hang any objects on the doors and windows, so as to avoid overloading the hinges or hinges and accelerating wear and tear, and even accidental bumps and scratches.