Do not lean ladders against your sunroom, as you can damage or break the glass. This could cause the ladder to then become unstable and cause you to fall and injure yourself. Some sunrooms not only have lots of glass as part of the walls, but as part of the ceiling as well. You should never step onto the glass ceiling of a sunroom. The glass could break, even if your sunroom uses a glass alternative, we do not recommend stepping on it. We do suggest using scaffolding if you cannot reach the sunroom from the ground and to read the manufacturers recommendations regarding cleaning. Using a long extension brush, start cleaning the outside of the sunroom to sweep away as much loose dirt as possible. The best results are found during an overcast day. We suggest starting with the glass ceiling to ensure that nothing drips/splatters on the walls once they have been cleaned. Note – a forceful spray could damage the sealant, get inside the frames and cause leaks. Instead of using a power washer we suggest using a sponge and warm soapy water overlapping your swipes to wash the frames around your windows. When cleaning the glass you can use glass cleaners, all purpose cleaners or just soapy water, scrub with a sponge or cloth until the window is clear, rinse clean with water. For tougher dirt, add a little distilled white vinegar to your cleaning solution. When cleaning the screens, remove the screens, place them on a flat clean surface and wash, using a soft brush. Rinse well and dry completely before reinstalling. To dry the windows we suggest using a squeegee to get the window completely dry and to avoid getting water spots. General house keeping is key so every few months, remove debris from your gutters and make sure down spouts are not clogged. For the roof, remove debris using an extension pole with a brush attachment, being careful not to scratch the surface. If simple spraying doesn’t do the trick, attach your garden hose to the brush attachment, scrub with a mild soap solution and then rinse.